McNabb and Malone on Alex Smith, the Vikings’ QB situation and more

10/27/2013

NFL Insider Under CenterEvery week, NBC Sports Radio co-hosts and former NFL quarterbacks Mark Malone and Donovan McNabb discuss the hottest topics about the men going under center every weekend in the NFL.

This week, Mark and Donovan talk about the success of Alex Smith, who hasn’t put up flashy numbers but has the Kansas City Chiefs 7-0 and the last undefeated team in the NFL.

They also touch on the NFL debut of Case Keenum for the Houston Texans, the state of the quarterback position for the Minnesota Vikings and where the St. Louis Rams and Chicago Bears go after injuries to their quarterbacks.

(Listen to Mark Malone and Donovan McNabb discuss Week 8 of the 2013 NFL season)

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You can listen to Mark Malone and Donovan McNabb every day on Under Center with McNabb & Malone. The show airs from 3–7 PM Eastern on NBC Sports Radio and NBCSportsRadio.com. You can also hear them every week during NFL Insider on WestwoodOne.

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