Schwartz still wary of McNabb despite slow start
Donovan McNabb hasn't quite been the quarterback the Redskins envisioned when they traded for their longtime division rival in April. McNabb, who played his first 11 seasons with the Eagles, has more interceptions (seven) than touchdowns (six) through seven games and is coming off one of his worst performances of the year, a two-interception, 200-yard passing day against the Bears. Asked to evaluate his play in a conference call with Detroit reporters Wednesday, McNabb said he has "played pretty well." "Are there some things I would like to improve on? Absolutely," he said. "And I look forward to that happening."
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