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  • by djberg96 (2603) on 2004.01.11 18:40 (#27226) Journal
    Starting McNair over O'Donnell was a mistake. I could see last week that McNair's legs were totally wasted, and frankly I'm surprised Fisher started him.

    I think "toughing it out" has gone way overboard in the NFL. Hell, if you or I have a sprained ankle in one leg and a pulled hamstring in another, we're both getting around in wheelchairs, not playing football for crying out loud.

    • Starting McNair over O'Donnell was a mistake. I could see last week that McNair's legs were totally wasted, and frankly I'm surprised Fisher started him.

      I don't. McNair got them there on bum legs, and he almost won it, too. I don't think O'Donnell would have been an improvement over the great work McNair did. You think he would have been more mobile? Uh, no. :-) Passed better? Doubtful. Ran the offense better? Surely not. I just don't see an advantage to having O'Donnell in there.