With Tony Romo reportedly out for Sunday's NFC East title game between the Eagles and Cowboys (see story), things change a bit for Chip Kelly's crew.
Instead of facing the quarterback with the third-most touchdown passes (31) this season, the Eagles will likely face Kyle Orton, a quarterback with three completions this year who hasn't started a game since 2011.
But according to DeSean Jackson and Brandon Boykin on Monday, the Eagles' mindset doesn't change.
"We really can't get too caught up in it. I think they're still going to come play hard regardless of who plays or not," Jackson said at an autograph signing at the Springfield Mall in Springfield, Pa. "We really don't care about that. At the end of the day, when it's all zeroes on that clock, we want to win. That's all that really matters to us."
Boykin, coming off his first NFL touchdown, a 54-yard pick-six in the Eagles' 54-11 trouncing of the Bears (see story), echoed Jackson's sentiment.
Romo, Orton, John Skelton, David Carr, Tyler Thigpen -- whomever it may be, the Eagles will be ready.
"We don't really know anything for sure. When we start preparing as a team, we'll get more information," Boykin said. "But no matter who the quarterback is, we're going to prepare the same way -- we'll be fine."