On his reaction to Kevin Kolb replacing Donovan McNabb at quarterback: "I felt we were still in the game, and I was hoping he could get us going. We have a lot of confidence in Kevin Kolb and we thought he could help. I am supportive of Donovan McNabb as a friend and a player, and I am also supportive of Kevin Kolb as a friend and a player. They are both good quarterbacks. We need to find a way to get things going and pull together as a team."
On how the quarterback switch impacted the team's mindset: "It doesn't affect us greatly. We were right in the game, and we had some opportunities to score. We have confidence in both quarterbacks."
On how he felt Kevin Kolb played: "Kevin made some good throws and he put up a great fight. He took control of the huddle and did some good things. I'm sure he regrets the throw he made for the interception, but that's part of the game."
On the Eagles offensive play:"We're not very effective right now, and it's not all because of Donovan McNabb and Kevin Kolb. There are a lot of other guys on the offense who need to play better. We have to find a way to win. This was a tough loss for us and an embarrassing loss. We didn't do much on offense, and we left our defense out there hanging."
On whether this could be the end of the Donovan McNabb era in Philadelphia:"That's not for me to judge. Donovan McNabb has been our leader for a long time, and he has done so much for our team. I will always be supportive of him as a friend and a player."