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Donovan McNabb says he’s a Hall of Fame player

Former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb is “absolutely” a Hall of Fame player, McNabb told TMZ Sports. “My numbers are better than Troy Aikman.”

McNabb joined the ‘TMZ Sports” TV show, for which airs on weeknights on FS1.

TMZ also pointed out that “he unequivocally expects to be wearing a gold jacket at some point in his future.” He also said, “I’m not hesitating on that. I am a Hall of Famer … My numbers speak for themselves.”

Despite never winning a Super Bowl after making it to five different NFC Championships, the 42-year-old stated, “People don’t realize how hard it is to get to the NFC Championship and to get there five times, and then make it to a Super Bowl? It’s tough.”

McNabb retired in 2011 after 13 season of being in the league. Throughout his career, he threw a total of 234 touchdowns, 37,276 yards, 117 interceptions, a 59% completion percentage, and a quarterback record of 98-62-1.

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