Pulling a "McNabb" could be a reference to any number of things:
- Being a player at the top of the stats for a team who is booed, criticized, or despised by fans of that team for some reason.
- Refusing to acknowledge NASCAR drivers are athletes.
- Waiting by the phone for RGIII to call and request you to be his mentor.
But today, it's the failure to realize than an NFL football game can end in a tie, which the Packers and Vikings did on Sunday, 26-26. This was something McNabb famously did in 2008, when the Eagles and Bengals ended a game tied, and McNabb, then having been in the NFL 10 years, did not know that that could happen.
This is nothing new but still hard to believe: I heard multiple Packers admit they expected a second overtime, didn't know they could tie.
— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) November 24, 2013
One of the Packers who didn't know OT rules was starting TE Andrew Quarless: "I thought we was gonna go to another overtime. I never knew."
— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) November 25, 2013