If you're playing that whole Colin Kaepernick vs. RG3 game, don't bother.
The Eagles aren't bringing in a veteran quarterback.
Nick Foles is the starter. Nate Sudfeld is No. 2. And that's that.
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Judging by Twitter and callers to sports talk radio, there are a ton of fans out there who believe the Eagles should sign a veteran off the street, like Kaepernick or Robert Griffin III or even Michael Vick, to back up Foles.
With Carson Wentz out for the year, Foles and Nate Sudfeld are the only quarterbacks on the Eagles' roster.
Kaepernick quarterbacked the 49ers to a Super Bowl in 2012 and very nearly to another one in 2013 and started 11 games for the 49ers last year (going 1-10).
RG3 is only 27 and was the Browns' opening-day starter last year - against the Eagles.
Vick hasn't played since 2015 with the Steelers, but he always seemed kind of ageless, right?
What if Foles gets hurt? What if he gets hurt in the NFC Championship Game?
Sudfeld has never thrown a regular-season pass. He spent training camp with the Redskins and was on the Eagles' practice squad at the beginning of last month.
Would the Eagles honestly rather go into the Super Bowl with Nate Sudfeld at quarterback than Colin Kaepernick?
It's a valid question, and on Monday, Eagles head coach Doug Pederson answered it with a resounding yes.
"Probably the biggest reason is the time invested," he said. "If you bring in a guy off the street this late in the season, you're talking about spending time with that player trying to get him just caught up to speed on our offense.
"We've already spent the time with a guy with Nate. We've developed him and worked with him. So that's probably the biggest reason right there."
Guys like Kaepernick, RG3 and many of the other veterans whose names have been bandied about not only haven't played this year, they also weren't in training camps and haven't participated in any sort of practice in a year.
The Eagles believe it would be impossible to bring in a quarterback now, get him into football shape after being out of the league all year, and teach him the offense in a matter of weeks.
Sudfeld has been with the Eagles since they signed him to the practice squad on Sept. 4, so that's three months of meetings, film study and practice in Pederson's offense alongside Foles and Wentz.
And for the Eagles, play recognition is much more important than name recognition.