Season openers should be about optimism.
And Green Bay Packers fans should have no shortage of that come Sunday since their team finished 2006 with four straight victories, now features a stout defense and has Brett Favre back for his 17th season.
But more than a few of the faithful are going to take one look at the opposing sideline, see No. 5 warming up in a silver-winged helmet and get a bad case of indigestion from their pregame feast.
That's because if anybody wears the crown of being a Packers Killer, it's Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb.
"Obviously he's had some success against us," defensive end Aaron Kampman said. "But he's done that against just about everybody. The guy is a great quarterback."
Some might say that against the Packers, McNabb has played at an elite level.
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