By BOB McGINN
Fifteen years ago the Philadelphia Eagles lost their franchise quarterback, Donovan McNabb, after 10 games with an ankle injury.
A week later, backup Koy Detmer suffered a gruesome dislocated elbow in the second half against San Francisco.
Enter A.J. Feeley, a second-year player who had appeared in only one game as the third-string quarterback.
Starting the final five games of the 2002 regular season, Feeley took every snap as the Eagles went 4-1. Philadelphia secured the No. 1 seeding in the NFC playoffs with a 12-4 record, and two weeks later McNabb returned in a 20-6 divis...
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