Let's take a look at what folks around the country are saying about Sunday's blockbuster trade between the Redskins and Eagles:
Phil Sheridan of the Inquirer calls this a "high-risk, low-reward" move by the Eagles.
Frank Fitzpatrick from the Inquirer basically writes an obituary for Donovan McNabb's career in Philly.
Brian Dawkins says the Eagles will regret this move. And he should know.
Ashley Fox of the Inquirer says this move is better for both the Eagles and McNabb.
Rich Hofmann of the Daily News is the man who fired up the McNabb trade talk with a column in January. Today, he says the Eagles have "made their lives more complicated."
Michael Wilbon, who admits to being pals with McNabb, thinks this is a good fit for the Redskins.
Mike Wise of the Post takes a much less optimistic approach. He says this is pretty much the same old Redskins -- trying to take an intriguing shortcut.
Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports reports that McNabb threatened to retire if he was traded to the Raiders.
Tim Cowlishaw of ESPN's "Around the Horn" and The Dallas Morning News doesn't think the McNabb trade makes the Redskins that much better.