Donovan McNabb Takes Bold Stance on Nick Sirianni vs Howie Roseman

What should the Eagles do with leadership? The former quarterback has a stance.

Nov 10, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles former quarterback Donovan McNabb on field
Nov 10, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles former quarterback Donovan McNabb on field / Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports
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The Philadelphia Eagles are reeling after a stunning collapse that took this team from Super Bowl contenders to victims of a playoff blowout. Now, the media is asking for answers and the fans are demanding change. Head coach Nick Sirriani and general manager Howie Roseman are taking the most heat, most feeling the duo have run their course in Philly. But all indications are the two are staying.

It's wild how quick the Eagles have gone from one of the best in football to operating in shambles in the public eye. How a coach and general manager go from competing in a Super Bowl one year to getting calls for their jobs the next just shows how quickly this business moves - especially in a major market like Philadelphia.

As the national media continues to debate what's next for the Birds, former Eagle great Donovan McNabb has weighed in on what he would do if he were in charge.

McNabb Says he Would Keep Sirianni, Fire Roseman

McNabb joined Sports Radio 94 WIP and says that he thinks Sirianni should remain the head coach, but Roseman should be fired. He said Roseman has kept some people on board for "too long" and has signed contracts for people they "shouldn't have paid."

I don't think there are a lot of Eagles fans that would disagree with his Roseman takes. But after losing 5 of their last regular season games and getting embarrassed in the first round of the playoffs, fans are ready to clean house and start it all over.

Irrational thoughts? Probably. But that's how things are done in Philadelphia - quick and loud.

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