Orangeman98

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  1. Sheesh, how many sacks would the Redskins of had if not for the Texans' LT Brown being on steroids? Cheaters.
  2. I think McNabb did his best Trent Dilfer impression last night. Yea, it wasn't vintage McNabb, but up until a few days ago we didn't even know if he could play in the game. You're being way too harsh and manipulating stats. What's the only stat that matters at the end of the game? BINGO! McNabb will only get better as he continues to develope with his new team. This was the 3rd time in a row McNabb faced Dallas, and the result -- surprise -- was much better than under Reid. He had everything going against him last night in terms of facing a dominant pass rushing defense vs. a very new O-line. Guess what, McNabb avoided getting sacked for the most part, and he took off and ran when needed. In the end, he put his team in position to win by NOT MAKING BONEHEAD DECISIONS. Can the great Tony Romo say the same? How many INTs could Romo have had on that final drive -- I counted two. If you live and die by the little stats, then he didn't have a great game, if you judge him on the final outcome and whether or not he protected the ball and kept his team in the game, than he had a very good first effort. You see guys like Flacco with 3 WRs that aren't great, but are better than what McNabb currently has, and you appreciate the job McNabb is doing so far. And you know it's only a matter of time before Snyder upgrades at the WR spot. When that happens, forgetaboutit.