Where do I go from here?

By Eric D. Graham, BASN Staff Reporter
Updated: December 23, 2010

“Donovan McNabb is a ship without a port.”

– Howie Long, NFL on Fox analyst.

NORTH CAROLINA (BASN) — With the Shanahans benching Donovan McNabb earlier in the season against the Detroit Lions for Rex Grossman, due to what they called a cardiovascular endurance problem in running the 2:00 offense.

In Week 14, they finally benched him for the season against the Dallas Cowboys. With the benching of Donovan McNabb, where does he go for here? Here are a few options, he should reconsider.

1. Donovan McNabb should take his talents to Arizona because playing quarterback is no laughter. Ask Derek Anderson?

2.

Donovan McNabb should go to the Minnesota Vikings. They need a good quarterback. Besides, we think Brett Favre is retiring. And the Vikings will start anybody at quarterback as long as his name isn’t Tavaris Jackson.

3.

Donovan McNabb should go to the San Francisco 49ers. They need a good quarterback. Besides, Coach Mike Singletary needs a little job security.

With McNabb under center, they will be no more quarterback controversy between Alex Smith and Troy Smith.

4.

Donovan McNabb should go to the Cincinnati Bengals. The Washington Redskins could trade McNabb for Carson Palmer and Terrell Owens.

5. Donovan McNabb should go to the Carolina Panthers. They need a good quarterback. Besides, they have three bad ones right now.

6.

Donovan McNabb should go to the Tennessee Titans. With Vince Young throwing temper tantrums and Kerry Collins getting older, McNabb could be a perfect fit.

7.

Donovan McNabb should go to the New York Jets. Even though, they have Mark Sanchez. They still need a great backup quarterback just in case he plays poorly and cracks under pressure. Currently, Mark Burnett is the second string QB in New York.

8. Donovan McNabb should simply stay in Washington, D.C. and just wait patiently for Rex Grossman to fall a part.