Busy week, so I just got around to noticing that Rex Grossman, quarterback for the Chicago Bears, was named NFC offensive player of the month for September.
For the sake of posterity, it's worth mentioning this:
In order to make comparison easier, I have highlighted all the statistical areas where Grossman was better than McNabb.
Oh right, there aren't any statistical areas where Grossman was ahead of McNabb.
Of course, you could say that Grossman gets some extra credit for his team going 3-0 while the Eagles were only 2-1. But then you'll have to make up plaques for the Bears defense, since that was pretty much their doing.
And there should also be a rule that no quarterback who does this should be allowed to win any kind of offensive player of the month award (fast forward to the 1:14 mark).