The two coaches at the top of the NFL and college football – Nick Saban and Doug Pederson – have more in common than just that. They also really don’t like answering questions about their quarterbacks.Pederson, the Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach, voiced his frustration with the media during a press conference this morning. He’s refusing to name a starting quarterback for Week 1.“I’m not going to discuss it,” Pederson said.Pederson said he was upset with the media for “putting words in his mouth.” He then had a heated back-and-forth with members of the press.Check it out:Well….this is going swimmingly. pic.twitter.com/k3pcbF3QFr— EROCK (@TheMightyEROCK) September 2, 2018NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport reported on Saturday that the Eagles were planning on starting Nick Foles against the Falcons on Thursday night.“The #Eagles plan to start QB Nick Foles on Thursday in the season opener, sources say. Carson Wentz (ACL, LCL) has done fantastic in rehab. But this is a long-term decision for the face of the franchise,” he tweeted.The #Eagles plan to start QB Nick Foles on Thursday in the season opener, sources say. Carson Wentz (ACL, LCL) has done fantastic in rehab. But this is a long-term decision for the face of the franchise.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 1, 2018Pederson, though, has yet to officially reveal anything.“We’re trying to win a football game,” Pederson said. “I don’t want to put my game plan out there for everybody to see it and read it and teams can scheme. It just doesn’t make a lot of sense.”OK then.