McNabb and Malone reflect on the Brady-Manning matchup and much more

11/08/2014

NFL Insider Under CenterEach 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.

In the latest installment, Donovan talks about Peyton Manning’s blunt assessment of his play in the game against New England last weekend, the solid work being done by Carson Palmer for the NFC-leading Arizona Cardinals, Mark Sanchez’s debut as a starter for the Philadelphia Eagles and much more.

(Listen to Mark Malone and Donovan McNabb ahead of Week 10 of the 2014 NFL season)

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 Westwood One.

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