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January 11, 2004- McNabb converts on 4th and 26

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January 11, 2004- McNabb converts on 4th and 26

Seen here is Eagles legend Donovan McNabb (#5) calling an audible for the offense at the line of scrimmage.

Seen here is Eagles legend Donovan McNabb (#5) calling an audible for the offense at the line of scrimmage.

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikimedia Commons under Creative Commons License

Seen here is Eagles legend Donovan McNabb (#5) calling an audible for the offense at the line of scrimmage.

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikimedia Commons under Creative Commons License

Photo Credit: Photo via Wikimedia Commons under Creative Commons License

Seen here is Eagles legend Donovan McNabb (#5) calling an audible for the offense at the line of scrimmage.

By: Zachary Kaye, Fall Reporter

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On this day in 2004, Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb was able to convert a 4th and 26 scenario in the NFC Divisional Playoff round. This game, against the Green Bay Packers, seemed almost impossible for the Eagles to win. Instead of giving up, McNabb stayed confident and hit wide receiver Freddie Mitchell for a 29-yard gain. The Eagles would go on to lose this game, but this play will definitely never be forgotten.

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Zachary Kaye is a 17 year old Senior at Colonia High School, with his birthday on September 30. He plays football for the school and is a captain of the...

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