Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Stephen A. Smith

Ignorance is not always bliss. Sometimes it serves as a thorn in the side, a hindrance to progress. And never was that more apparent than Tuesday at Super Bowl media day, with the eyes of the world focused on Tony Dungy and Lovie Smith.
Donovan McNabb is a great person. Donovan McNabb is not a great leader. That was the case when he arrived in Philadelphia. It is the case now. And long after coach Andy Reid finishes spewing his rhetoric of irresponsible conduct in a flagrant attempt to shift focus of the latest storylines from McNabb to the cynics monitoring his every move, that is the reality that remains stagnant, refusing to budge until Reid and his star pupil grasp a clue.