McNabb discusses Hurts vs. Wentz and Eagles' Super Bowl chances


Donovan McNabb says he believes Jalen Hurts a better quarterback right now than Carson Wentz, especially for the Eagles' offense.

"Right now, I would say yes," McNabb told Zach Gelb when asked if he prefers Hurts to Wentz ahead of Sunday's Eagles-Commanders game. "Just from what I see as far as the change of the offense. The change of the offense is better suited for Jalen Hurts."

Coming off a blowout Monday Night Football win over the Vikings, the Eagles' expectations continue to soar and they're now the fourth favorites to win the Super Bowl. McNabb is not going that far, yet, however.

"I wouldn't so call it say Super Bowl right now," McNabb said. "I think they'll be a strong NFC East contender, being able to win the NFC East. I'm looking forward to them possibly making it and advancing to the second round. At that particular point, as a player, you know you need a little bit luck and an extra push to get you over the hump. But I definitely see us a playoff team, a team that will be a little up and down over the regular season...I think we're strong enough from an experience stand point, from the players, to be able to overcome a lot of the adversity they'll face this year."

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