Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 10 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
True. The Eagles did win the NFC East in 2001, 2002, and 2003, and eventually made it to the NFC Championship game in those years as well. However they just came one game short of the Super Bowl in 2002, losing to the Rams, in 2003, losing to the Buccaneers, and in 2004, losing to the Panthers.
2002. In 2002, McNabb became the first quarterback to rush for two 100-yard games since 1972, when Bobby Douglass accomplished it.
|McNabb was co-named, 'Snickers Hungriest Player of the Game', for his performance on Monday Night Football on December 15th against Miami. Who did he share that honor with?||The Amazing Donovan McNabb
Brian Dawkins. McNabb shared the honors with Free Safety Brian Dawkins. During that night, McNabb went 15-27 for 236 passing yards, scored a rushing touchdown, and threw a 59-yard strike to receiver Todd Pinkston on the game's first play.
|While playing college basketball at Syracuse, Donovan McNabb's Syracuse Orangeman loss to this NBA star's college team. Who was it?||The Amazing Donovan McNabb
Antoine Walker. While being a key reserve on the nationally-ranked Syracuse Orangeman basketball team, Donovan had a chance to play for the national championship but loss to Antoine Walkers's Kentucky Wildcats.
False. Not in 2003, but Donovan did win the award in 2002. The Wanamaker Award is given to the athlete that has done the most to reflect credit upon Philadelphia during the year.
True. Donovan was named to the All-Madden Team in 2000. He also was named player of the year by CBS radio and won the Terry (Bradshaw) Award.
Wilma & Samuel. Wilma, Donovan's mom was a nurse, and Samual, Donovan's dad was an electrical engineer. During childhood, coaches would mention to Wilma that Donovan was always "clowning around".
Chad Lewis. McNabb threw a 6 yard touchdown pass to Chad Lewis during the Eagles-Colts game in November 1999.
Jamal. Donovan Jamal McNabb was born on November 25th, 1976, in Chicago, Illinois.
September 19, 1999. Donovan McNabb made his regular season debut in the 2nd half of the Eagles-Buccaneers game in 1999.