We knew that it would pretty much be impossible for Nick Foles to match his performance against Oakland. You can’t expect a guy to throw for seven touchdowns every game. You can’t really expect a guy to ever throw seven touchdowns in a game. However, Foles put together another solid performance on the road in Green Bay.
On the day, Foles was 12-18 for 228 yards and added three more touchdowns. He became only the second quarterback in league history to throw for 10 touchdowns and no interceptions over a two week span. Although it wasn’t anything flashy, he was also able to make a few plays with his legs when he needed to.
Chip Kelly has not committed to Foles to the public, but it is being reported that he will be the guy for the rest of the season barring any injury. This makes sense to me as he has really earned it over the last few weeks and showed us that the Dallas game early this year was truly just an off day for him.
With Sunday’s win under their belt, the Eagles improve to 5...