Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb is just like the rest of us: He has no idea what coach Andy Reid is thinking when it comes to the team’s quarterback situation.
Asked this morning on SportsCenter if he knows who the starter will be in the Eagles’ Sunday game against the Titans, Kolb answered, “I do not.”
To recap: Reid insisted early this year that Donovan McNabb would be the starter, then traded McNabb and declared Kolb the starter, then reiterated that Kolb was the starter after Michael Vick played well in relief of an injured Kolb, then changed his mind and benched Kolb for Vick, then ducked the question when asked who his starter would be after Kolb played well in relief of an injured Vick.
Kolb says that either way, the Eagles’ offense will play well.
“Everybody has confidence, whether it’s me or Mike out there, that we’ll keep putting points on the board,” Kolb said. “It’s Mike and my duty to do our best to make the decision as hard as possible.”
For Reid, it’s been a very hard decision, all year.