Eagles don't care who plays quarterback for Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys are still trying to sort out their quarterback situation ahead of the NFC East showdown for the title and a trip to the playoffs against the Philadelphia Eagles. Starter Tony Romo has a back injury and may or may not be playing as he deals with a back injury.

That could force back up Kyle Orton into the starting lineup. For the Eagles, it doesn’t make a difference who plays.

“I don’t care,” cornerback Cary Williams said, via ESPN Dallas. “Jerry Jones could suit up. Jason Garrett could suit up. Suit ‘em up. It doesn’t matter to me. We’re here to contend for the playoffs. We’re here to win the Super Bowl. We’re on a mission and they’re in our way. Period.”

“For us, it doesn’t matter who plays,” inside linebacker DeMeco Ryans said. “We’re going there to beat that team.”

Running back LeSean McCoy on the other hand was shocked to find out Romo was hurt.

I don’t believe that. Are you for sure?” McCoy said on 94 WIP radio, via Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News. ”I would love to have Romo out there. You want your best. You want everybody [playing for the NFC East title].

“You wait this long and put everything into it? The hard training in the offseason, get the new coach . . . We’re finally here at the last game . . . You put all your chips on the table . . . We’re all in.”

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