Once a week, Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg meets with reporters. He's normally a little more forthcoming than Andy Reid, so it's a visit the local beat writers seem to enjoy. On Monday, Mornhinweg was quizzed about the lack of continuity on the offensive line and about how much responsibility the center has in picking up the blitz.
"Well, again, I’m not going to get into exactly how we do it, but we do an awful lot of things up front and it happens fast and it happens quick," said Mornhinweg. "We love people to blitz us. We want to be the best in the league against the blitz. We want to have a certain mentality with people blitzing us."
Translation: PLEASE try to cover DeSean Jackson or Jeremy Maclin one-on-one in your blitz packages. Of course, it won't matter if Kevin Kolb's on his back before those receivers break free. A reporter also asked Mornhinweg whether Stacy Andrews would start at right guard against the Packers on Sept. 12. He wisely sidestepped that question.
"I’m not going to get into anybody starting this week or any of that stuff. It’s too far away," said the offensive coordinator. "But, yeah, he’s been our starter here."