"There's not that many African-American quarterbacks, so we have to do a little bit extra," McNabb tells HBO. "Because the percentage of us playing this position, which people didn't want us to play … is low, so we do a little extra."
Really? Are we still doing this? Is it 1985 or something? Is Doug Williams struggling to get a roster spot somewhere? I don't want to say people in the media aren't racist assholes, because plenty of them are, but about one-fourth of NFL teams have a black quarterback as their starter or future "franchise" QB. More if you count Tony Romo.
Note to Donovan: you're not criticized and booed because you're black, you're criticized and booed because you're in Philly.