Was pulling McNabb the right call?

The Redskins said that QB Donovan McNabb did not have the “cardiovascular endurance” to run the two-minute offense, and that was why he was pulled from the game. Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan even suggested Tuesday that McNabb was tipped off about the plan in advance.

Problem is, McNabb is claiming otherwise, and says he was fine to finish the game.

NFL Network analysts Charles Davis, Torry Holt, Mike Mayock and Solomon Wilcots took their turn dissecting the odd set of circumstances at play in Washington, and if Mike Shanahan’s decision to pull McNabb was the right call.

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