Redskins overpay for QB upgrade
McNabb's improvement over Campbell doesn't justify price
How much value should a team place on a second-round and third- or fourth-round draft pick? For all of the comments and questions you will hear about the Donovan McNabb to the Washington Redskins trade, that is the only question that really counts: Did Washington pay too much for McNabb?
This question can be best answered in the context of how much should McNabb be expected to improve Washington's offense. One way to determine this is to look at how McNabb's numbers fared against Jason Campbell's in 2009.
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