This is our second annual "Top Ten Philly Sports Moments of the year." You can find last year's list here. We will roll out a new moment each day (one over the weekend) from now until New Year's Eve.
For 11 seasons, Donovan McNabb was the face of the Eagles franchise.
Love him or hate him, overrated or underrated, McNabb symbolized a decade of football in Philadelphia. He was the centerpiece on a team that went to five conference championship games and one Super Bowl. Unfortunately for McNabb, that Super Bowl and four of the five NFC Championship games were failures. We could go on and on talking about the dichotomy of number five, but we'll leave it at this: He was the quarterback for a decade of winning football in Philadelphia, and his trade within the division, while still under contract, came as a shock to all.
It also ushered in an entirely new era (one that would be led by Kevin Kolb Michael Vick) and paved the way for the rest of this top ten (oh, tease!).
Rest of the Top Ten here. As always, leave your memories of this moment in the comments.