Posted by Darth Venomous @ 9:31
Well, never let it be said that the dumbass doesn’t have a sense of humor.
We always knew that Donna McCrabbs, aka the World’s Greatest Ever Quarterback Ever In The History Of Ever, Ever!, had a severely overinflated opinion of himself. Certainly all of Leftist Libtardia always thought so, and made it a point to shout down anyone who dared to disagree.
Now McBlabby is…(snicker)…tooting his own horn.
During an appearance on the interview show Barfly , former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb said he saw himself as a Hall of Famer, even invoking the name of a few former greats to make his point.
“Absolutely,” McNabb said when asked if he would vote for himself for the Hall of Fame. “One thing that people don’t realize [is] I never played the game to make it to the Hall of Fame. I played the game because I love it. I played the game to win. I’m a competitor. When I step out on that field, I feel like I’m the best player on the field. … I played at the pinnacle, I played at the highest of my career. And I would vote for myself for the Hall of Fame, and I played with probably two or three other Hall of Famers.”
Yeah, well, Reggie White was a helluva lot better player than you ever were, Donna.
Helluva lot better man, too, come to think of it.
“Peyton never won the big game until he won the Super Bowl finally. Dan Marino never won the big game. But does that mean his career is a failure? No, not at all,” McNabb said. “And a lot of times, if we want to sit and look at the numbers for certain players, then we need to look at numbers for all of them.”
“When we want to sit and look at numbers — because that’s what it is when it comes to the Hall of Fame — my numbers are better than Jim Kelly, better than Troy Aikman, better than a lot of the guys who are in the Hall of Fame. But one thing they do have is a Super Bowl.”
That may have just a weeeeeeeeee little bit to do with it, don’t you think?
But no worries, Donna. You may get in the Hall some day. On the Senior ballot, perhaps.
But you know the old adage: If one could buy you for what you were worth, and sell you for what you thought you were worth…
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