McNabb discusses his role as Ponder’s mentor

Donovan McNabb has been with three NFL teams in three years.  In a sitdown interview with Bob Sansavere of the St. Paul Pioneer Press, McNabb discussed his demotion and the Vikings team in general.

McNabb said, “Obviously, I’m still upset and frustrated because I want to help contribute to the team and help us get to where we need to be. Am I pissed off about it? Of course. But pissed off to myself, knowing I could have played a lot better to help. Obviously, we have a lot of deficiencies on this team. We have to be able to fill holes we’ve had problems with throughout (the season).”

“Personally, I just look at what I could have done better. But most importantly, (my role is) helping the young kid (Christian Ponder) have his confidence going on the field.”

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2 Responses to “McNabb discusses his role as Ponder’s mentor”

  1. SouthernVikesFan says:

    I would prefer McNabb stay as far away from Ponder as he can.

  2. Cole Hennen says:

    What did you do to help the kid?? You played an awful 6 games and that’s suppose to be a good influence for Ponder?

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