There was a very good article in the Virginia-Pilot today regarding the Eagles and the quandary they face if Garcia continues to move them through the playoffs. The point the article kept making was McNabb just can't win in Philadelphia. This article got the ol' stone wheels rolling and I was thinking the following: I am a David Carr fan but I to may have come to the conclusion that he has just been beaten on (physically) too long here in Houston to be effective and maybe needs a change of scenery. It wasn't his fault he was thrown behind a line that has never really been addressed. This season the line wasn't much better. Our running game didn't show up until game 13. The defense put us in some big holes and made the offense pretty predictable. In the end, Carr will have to shoulder the majority of this seasons woes. Is this fair, NO! but that's life. D. McNabb is in a very bad situation. The team was not really responding to him at the start of the season, then his injury happens and in steps Garcia, who not only is very familiar with the offensive scheme but is also a savvy veteran. He's a veteran who realized his opportunity and made the most of it. If he takes this team to the Championship or SB game, the Eagles may really have a tough time giving the starting job back to McNabb and no matter what happens this year, McNabb expects to be named the starter next year. So, if the Eagles don't do this and McNabb has to compete to regain the starting QB position he may take it as a slap in the face and want out of Philadelphia. The Philly fans will even be more adament about an open competition based on what happened this year. This idea may really be good to both teams. We swap starting QB's and send the Eagles our 3 or 4 pick with the proposal. Why this would work for both teams: 1. It's a trade out of Conference. 2. McNabb comes to a team who can use his locker room and field leadership. Should command immediate respect. This allows the Texans to focus on real need areas in the draft and not another QB. 3. Garcia would be the starter for the next couple of years in Philly and this would give Carr a couple of years to rest his body, study under a very smart veteran (which never happened in Houston), have the time to learn the Andy Reid offensive system, with no pressure and most important regain his confidence. What do you think?