You all remember this guy, right?
Well, in case you don't, this is Donovan McNabb. You know, the former starting quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles?
There's the dawning of realization that I was waiting for.
This offseason was a funny time in terms of watching the Philadelphia Eagles make personnel moves, and it was almost solely because of their quarterback controversy.
The Eagles were so desperate to offload McNabb (who, by all accounts, should've stayed and ended his career in Philly) that they shipped him off to a team in their own division.
As if that wasn't enough to cause a stir, the Eagles named Kevin Kolb as their quarterback of the future, despite the fact that they really didn't have much convincing evidence behind that concept.
When the season finally came around, Kolb was the starting quarterback, but Vick took over as the starter after Kolb suffered a concussion in Week 1. Strange, but the plot thickens. Kolb takes over for three weeks at Week 5.
Vick then comes out of the bye week as the starter, and no one has had any doubts since then about who should be the starter in Philly.
This kind of entertainment almost seems like it should be reserved for a reality TV show.