Although it seems like Donovan McNabb’s career is winding down, what a career it was. McNabb was recently released by the Vikings, and has cleared waivers, making him a free agent. There are teams in need of a quarterback, such as the Bears, who might give him a look.
But for now, let’s take a look back at one of McNabb’s best performances as a pro, when the Eagles offense exploded and McNabb set the record for most consecutive passes completed, on this day in 2004. He completed 10 in a row the week before against the Giants, and then threw 14 straight completions against the Packers for a total of 24 in a row.
Here’s the highlight as originally presented on “Inside the NFL”: