Donovan McNabb's return to Philadelphia began with pregame cheers from his former team's fans.
Those cheers turned to boos and tears, as McNabb and the Redskins beat the Eagles, 17-12. They got the job done against an Eagles team who couldn't seem to find a rhythm with Michael Vick out of the game due to a rip injury.
Kevin Kolb looked a little lost under center, throwing a lot of balls underneath and not taking many shots down field. He couldn't hook up with his two biggest threats—DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin—while throwing one interception and coming close to turning it over a couple of times late in the game.
The Eagles were expected to roll in this one, and after this big road victory by the Skins, it levels out the NFC East even more.
With that being said, I give you four things we learned from the Redskins manhandling of the Eagles today.