Donovan McNabb joined the NFL in 1999 when the Philadelphia Eagles made him the 2nd overall selection in the NFL Draft. Since that time, Donovan helped restore Philadelphia to a proud franchise and has rewritten the Eagles record book. His contributions to the franchise on the field as a leader and offensive triggerman, propelled the Eagles to one of the best records in the NFL over during his 11 seasons, the best record in the conference, five NFC Championship Games and a Super Bowl berth. Now Donovan embarks on setting the same standards for the Washington Redskins.
Other Notable Accomplishments
Ranks 1st on the Eagles all-time postseason list for wins as a starter (9), completions (341), attempts (577), passing yards (3,752) and TD passes (24). Also ranks 3rd all-time in postseason rushing yards (422) and tied for 2nd in rushing TDs (4).
Became the 4th-fastest QB in NFL history to reach the 50-win plateau in just 71 starts, (vs. Bal. 10/31/04).
Became the first player in NFL history to finish a season with 30+ TD passes (31) and fewer than 10 INTs (8) in 2004.
In 2006, became first NFL QB to amass 1,500+ yards and 10+ TDs in the season’s first five games.
- NFC Pro Bowl squad - 2001-05 and 2010 (starter in 2005; did not play in 2004 due to injury)
- Voted by his teammates Eagles Offensive MVP - 2000-01, 2003-04
- NFL Man of the Year finalist - 2003, 2005
- Named NFL Player of the Year by CBS Radio - 2000
- Named NFL Player of the Year by the Terry (Bradshaw) Awards on Fox Sports - 2000
- Named NFC Offensive Player of the Year by Kansas City Touchdown Club - 2004
- Named NFC Offensive Player of the Year by CBS Radio - 2004
- Finished 2nd in the Associated Press MVP voting (24-11) to St. Louis RB Marshall Faulk - 2000
- Four-time NFC Offensive Player of the Month - September 2002; November 2003; September 2004; September 2005
- Three-time NFL Offensive Player of the Week - 1/19/02 at Chi. (NFC Divisional Playoff game) 1/11/04 vs. GB (NFC Divisional Playoff game) 1/16/05 vs. Min. (NFC Divisional Playoff game)
- Five-time NFC Offensive Player of the Week - 11/26/00 at Was.; 12/10/00 at Cle.; 9/22/02 vs. Dal.; 11/16/03 vs. NYG; 12/5/04 vs. GB
- Earned All-Pro by CBSSportsline.com - 2003
- Howie Long Tough Guy Team - 2003
- Named to the All-Madden team – 2000