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Thursday, June 08, 2006
10 Polls in One on Donovan McNabb
You've been reading and hearing a lot about Donovan McNabb this week. The Inquirer interviewed him ("I didn't have a big-name receiver until T.O. got here, but I had confidence in guys like James Thrash"). So did the Daily News ("I'm not a mama's boy"). And so did Howard Eskin (he spelled his website, www.donovanmcnabb.com, to promote tomorrow's diabetes-fighting fundraiser and his new line of apparel). So, here's a chance for you to pose for a snapshot of the town's current feelings. We all know, after all, opinions are cheap: They come and go like winning streaks.