Nick Foles

Pour One Out For Nick Foles, Soon To Be Former Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback


The Philadelphia Eagles saw their magic carpet ride run come to an end on Sunday when a Nick Foles pass went through the hands of wide receiver Alshon Jeffery and into the hands of New Orleans Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore.

The 20-14 loss ended another great postseason run by Foles and in all likelihood, his Philadelphia Eagles career. Reportedly, teams are interested in the Super Bowl LII MVP’s services next season as a starter.

What a ride it was though.

Foles entered Sunday’s game as the highest rated passer in the history of the NFL Playoffs:

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Unfortunately for Eagles fans, Foles saved one of his worst performances for his last performance with the Eagles. He posted a 61.3 passer rating, which is by far the worst postseason performance of his career.

Now, Foles awaits to make a decision on his future. While he was mum on his future in the aftermath of Sunday’s loss, Foles wants to become a starter, and rightfully so. He has shown more than enough over the past two seasons to show that he could be a capable starter.

While it’s unlikely the Eagles will pickup a $20 million roster option on Foles, Wentz’s injury history should be a concern for the Eagles. Nonetheless, if that was the end of Foles, it was an impressive ride to watch.

Here’s to you Nick:


Best of luck in your future endeavors.

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