Jul 29, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb addresses the media during a press conference announcing his retirement at the Eagles NovaCare Complex. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Brian Urlacher says Adrian Peterson 'hadn't had a QB in 4 years' while looking at Donovan McNabb

Fox Sports Live is counting down the best teams in the NFL starting at the bottom and working their way towards the best. The first team on the countdown, making them the worst team in the league, was the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who didn’t take to kindly to the ranking.

On Wednesday they were discussing the Minnesota Vikings, who came in at No. 30 on the list. Specifically the round table discussion turned towards the Vikings lack of quarterback and the burden being placed on Adrian Peterson, specifically if it would affect Peterson reaching 1,500 yards next season.

Former Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher didn’t think it’d matter.

“It doesn’t matter if he has a quarterback or not. He hadn’t had a quarterback in four years,” Urlacher says as he looks right at former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Donovan McNabb.

Awkward….. Urlacher recognized the mistake before he finished talking and went on to try and correct himself, remembering McNabb started six games back in 2011.

Then the conversation moved on because it is television, but I bet there was some off camera teasing of Urlacher from his colleagues.

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