December 5, 2011 BY John Kim / 8
Donovan McNabb departed Syracuse University in 1999 as one of the greatest athletes in the school’s history. Not only was he a star quarterback, McNabb was also a member of Jim Boeheim’s basketball team that went to the National Championship game in 1996. Of course, football was a stronger suit for McNabb, as he enjoyed quite an impressive career with the Philadelphia Eagles while playing his own style of quarterback play. With McNabb at the helm, the Eagles were perennial contenders and reach the NFC Championship Game four years in a row, and during that span, McNabb rocked these sick Air Jordan IX Turf PEs in patent eather green and white. The most interesting feature of these PEs is the ‘DM’ logo on the heel – one that we don’t come across too often. Check out the extra shots below and although they’re no longer up for sale, check back with seller youbetshop on eBay.
I like these. McNabb was that DUDE back then. He still might have some in the tank under the right offense. The past two teams were on a different game plan/system than what he is used to. Not easy for an older QB to adjust after being bounced around. I bet someone will pick him up to be a backup. Maybe the Eagles? Young is not looking good at all. I was at that game.. GO SEAHAWKS!
loved da kicks... wish donovan would go back to his old ways tho... bein lazy like albert haynesworth lol