After lining up on opposite sides of the field in the Eagles' offense, Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson will now find themselves on opposing sidelines.
Comcast SportsNet cameras caught up with both Maclin and cornerback Brandon Boykin at an Eagles charity basketball game at Hamburg High School on Friday to gauge their reactions about having to play Jackson and the Washington Redskins twice a year.
"It's going to be exciting, especially for the Philly fanbase, and the city of Philadelphia," Maclin said. "But it's just another game, man, against a division opponent, [and] we want to dominate the division. We're looking forward to it, but I think the most important thing is just to approach it like it's any other game."
As for the guy who could wind up on Jackson in coverage ...
"It's the same. It's going to be the same matchup each and every single year," Boykin said. "They're a rival of ours. They had a tough year last year, but they're coming back strong. We're looking forward to it and it's going to be a challenge."