With the NFL lockout now over there is chatter coming from ESPN that the Minnesota Vikings are in talks with Redskins quarterback, Donovan McNabb. The Vikings are reportedly in serious talks with the Redskins trying to work a deal to bring the veteran quarterback to Minnesota for the 2011 - 2012 season. McNabb turns 35 this November and was benched twice last season by the Washington Redskins in their 6-10 season. Most would agree that McNabb still has a year or two of good football left in him.
Is this a good indication that Frazier will definitely bring in a veteran quarterback this year?
If the Vikes bring in McNabb is he the right fit to mentor Christian Ponder and Joe Webb, or does he simply give the Vikings their best chance to win this year and at the same time giving the young quarterbacks time to learn?