After the Eagles and Bengals finished their game in a 13-13 tie, Donovan McNabb was a bit confused.
"I've never been a part of a tie. I didn't know it was part of the rule book ... Well, when the play was called, I kinda figured, I guess there's ties in the NFL."
It's good to see that McNabb has been paying attention. Admittedly, ties don't happen too often. But it's not like there hasn't been one since McNabb entered the NFL. He has been around since 1999, and the last NFL game to end in a tie was in 2002, between the Steelers and Falcons. The Eagles actually played the Falcons that year in the playoffs, so it's a bit surprising that Donovan had no clue that ties even existed.
I guess you learn a new thing every day.