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McNabb made it to the only Super Bowl of his 10-year career with T.O. in the 2004 season -- the QB also had his best year in terms of touchdown passes (31) and passer rating (104.7) -- but the drama that came with Owens resulted in his departure from the team and the Eagles' return to a receiver-by-committee approach.
It's not as if Philadelphia hasn't tried to find McNabb a Randy Moss or even a Wes Welker-type of receiver: Reggie Brown, Kevin Curtis and now DeSean Jackson all have been brought in to be breakthrough pass-catching threats. None has emerged, although Jackson isn't far off. The Eagles seem no worse for wear, though.
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