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Donovan Mcnabb Is BACK!

September 8, 2008 by sportsroids 

Donovan Mcnabb made a lot of Fantasy owner’s smile today. He whipped the St. Louis Rams outscoring there offense 38-3. Donovan silenced all his critics today, for at least a week, throwing for 361 yards on 22/33 attempts. He had 3 TDs and no INTs today. His QB rating today was a overwhelming 131.0 rating.

Donovan Carved up the Rams Defense today, leading the eagles to a 38-3 slaughter of the Rams.

Donovan Carved up the Rams Defense today, leading the eagles to a 38-3 slaughter of the Rams.

Another notable performance came form Brian Westbrook, who ran for 91 yards and 1 TD. The Eagles Defense also looked great holding Steven Jackson for less than 50 yards on the ground. Overall the Rams had only 166 yards of Total Offense.

Steven Jackson was stopped cold today by the Eagles. He had less than 50 yards on 14 carrys.

Steven Jackson was stopped cold today by the Eagles. He had less than 50 yards on 14 carrys.

A new Rookie Standout has emerged in the Philadelphia Offense. His name is DeSean Jackson #10. Today in his NFL debut he had 6 catches for 106 yards. Not bad for the rookie return man who was thrust’d into a bigger role by the absence of Eagles WR Kevin Curtis A.K.A “White Chocolate”. Jackson has the potential to get over 200 yards of production, in any game, counting his special team return yards. This was his original role on the team. So, anyone in a Fantasy league who get points for return yards should jump on this player fast, as he is now a fantasy stud one week into his professional career. -Mark M

The Rookie Desean Jackson was killing it, going for 106 yards on 6 receptions.

The Rookie Desean Jackson was killing it, going for 106 yards on 6 receptions.

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One Response to “Donovan Mcnabb Is BACK!”

  1. Bob Bland on September 8th, 2008 2:18 am

    McNabb looked AWESOME today. Going into the season, I thought the Giants would be the Cowboys’ biggest challenge within the NFC Ease, but it looks like the Eagles are even better than NY. Next week’s showdown against the Cowboys will be epic. I can’t wait!

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