Dan Snyder knows all about trades. Some good, some bad. Mostly bad. Over the past 20 seasons I can think of a few that have left some Washington Football fans scratching their heads to this day.

There is one trade that stands out from the rest. The Bleacher Report recently looked at the worst trades since 2000. The Washington Football Team made that list, of course.

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But for which trade? There are a few to consider. We’re thinking of the 2012 trade-up in draft to take Robert Griffin III. We might also consider the 2006 TJ-Duckett trade that the Broncos and Falcons were involved in. Another one that comes to mind is the Dolphins trade in 2008, which earned the Washington club a 34-year-old Jason Taylor who was well past his prime.

However, none of them made it onto the Washington Football Team’s list, rather the trade of Donovan McNabb on April 5, 2010 from the Eagles to the Redskins for a selection in the second round in 2010 (37 pick (104th overall then traded.

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Bleacher Report’s words on retail:

“For the first eleven years of his career, Donovan McNabb helped the Philadelphia Eagles win five NFC East titles and make eight playoff games. Washington hoped McNabb would continue that success even after Michael Vick ousted him in Philly.

To cut a long story short, it didn’t happen.

Washington sent McNabb, who set a 5-8 record in 13 starts, a second and third round. In this 2010 season he threw more interceptions (15) than touchdowns (14).

The following summer, Washington moved him to the Minnesota Vikings. At least that deal ended up with Alfred Morris’ running back, a major contributor for three years. “

Fans could only wonder what Dan Snyder saw in a Donovan McNabb that Andy Reid, coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, wanted not only to give up but also to trade for a league rival. But now it goes down in history, and WFT hopes it won’t repeat itself in any form.

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