McNabb Likely Done for the Season

Despite playing most of the game, Eagles QB Donovan McNabb will miss 6-8 weeks with a broken fibula which occurred on the third play of the games against the Cardinals.

The Giants may have gotten their biggest break of the season.

"In my mind, I'll be out there [for the next game]," said McNabb after the game, but Eagles head coach Andy Reid and the rest of the Eagles' medical staff are not as optimistic.

Tests during the following 24 hours will determine if Eagles QB Donavan McNabb is done for the rest of the regular season. According to Reid, this type of injury keeps a player out 6-8 weeks. McNabb will likely undergo surgery in the next few days.

QB Koy Detmer will probably start the rest of the season.

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