Kelly: We Expected Foles To Bounce Back

foles2_400_110313When asked during the week about Nick Foles’ confidence, Chip Kelly said he didn’t think it was an issue, but admitted it was tough to gauge because of the difference between practices and games.

After Foles’ 7-TD performance in Oakland, Kelly praised the second-year quarterback for his preparation and the way he rebounded.

“That’s what I think we all expected, the guys that are around him every day,” Kelly said. “So maybe he showed some other people, but I think what happened in the Dallas game was really kind of the exception and not the rule for him. And I think he’s a guy that really spends a lot of time preparing and it shows. And today was a prime example of it.


"We haven't had a whole body of work. He started the Tampa game. He's started three games since I've been here. Two of the games he played really well in. And one of the games he didn't play so well in."

Foles threw his seventh touchdown with 4:34 left in the third quarter. He got two more chances to break the NFL record for touchdown passes in a game, but the Eagles ended up with a pair of three-and-outs.

Kelly was aware of the record, but didn't want to risk Foles' health to go for No. 8.

"There's a sign in our office. I walk by it every time," Kelly said. "Adrian Burk did it at Griffith Stadium, so I know what the record is. But this isn't about records. It's about going out and getting a win. And if I put Nick out there, trying to get a record and he gets hurt, that's being silly. I also think records are meant to be broken when they're supposed to be broken. So I think if you ask Nick, it's the same thing. It's a hell of a thing to do. There's not many people in the history of the game that did what he can do, but we were trying to win the football game, make sure we got out of there healthy."

Foles did a great job all game long of buying time with his feet and keeping his eyes downfield. Most of those were improvised plays, not designed calls.

"I thought he did a really nice job of executing what we do," Kelly said. "I think he's a good athlete. He's not a blazer. We all understand that. But I think he really moves around and keeps things alive, and that's what he did today."

As for the future, Kelly wouldn't provide much of an update on the Eagles' QB situation. Given that Michael Vick (hamstring) didn't even dress Sunday and taking Foles' performance into account, the decision for next week's game would seem like a no-brainer.

"I had it at 10 questions," Kelly joked, when asked if Foles is now the unquestioned starter. "I didn't know if it was gonna be 10 or 11. It's gonna be based on health. We'll talk about it once I figure out [everyone's health]."

INJURY UPDATE

Jason Peters left the game in the second half, but Kelly said the left tackle could have gone back in and added that the injury is not believed to be serious.

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  • DirtyWaters

    I’m going to feel really bad for the national media, especially Ashley Fox and Mike Florio, if they don’t have a Foles vs Vick or Kelly not ready for NFL article. That would suck if they actually had to do research or develop an insightful opinion based on fact.

    • G_WallyHunter

      Was thinking the same thing, those two you mentioned lol… and all the other “analysts” that said CK didn’t have what it takes, or that his offense had “fizzled out”, they must all feel real smart right about now

      • knighn

        Guess you need actual quarterbacking and some defense to win games in the NFL. Who knew?!

        • G_WallyHunter

          No no, it was the failed schemes and offensive concepts

      • DirtyWaters

        One would think that in the “information” age , it would be easier to write informed articles. I almost miss the days of waiting for the morning papers to read what idiots had to say. Thank you Birds 24/7 for not being “those” people.

        • G_WallyHunter

          Disgusts me that they are so ignorant, you hit it on the point there, ignorant and lazy lol… thanks birds for the most unbiased eagles writing I’ve ever seen, and now the only place I really need to go every day for eagles info… while all those analysts look like idiots, Sheil and Tim look like experts for being more informed and being more correct..

          • DirtyWaters

            So happy when Sheil left Philly.com. They’re just as bad as the nationals.

    • Mike B

      It’s hard to fathom how these national (and local) writers think they are smarter than the coaches and players who have lived and breathed the game since they were in peewee leagues. Chip & co. have forgotten more about football than these writers will ever know.

      • DirtyWaters

        I used to think it was BS when players said tegu didn’t read the papers. It’s only recently that I realized why they wouldn’t. I’m so sick of speculation, hyperbole and headlines that end with a question mark.

      • knighn

        I can excuse the local media. Let’s be honest: Chip has made some questionable coaching calls… And they spent 14 years of watching Andy Reid make mistakes that would be obvious to even the most casual football fan.

        • BQNinja

          …and 10 years of playoffs…

          • knighn

            And that will probably sum up Reid’s whole existence as a head coach: a very good coach but not a great one. Good enough to win a lot of games. Not good enough to win the one that matters most. KC is in for a long, fun, and ultimately frustrating ride.

          • Dutch

            People used to say that about Dick Vermile.

          • knighn

            Hey, let me know when Reid wins one… or when you learn how to spell “Vermeil”

          • Dutch

            There is no minimizing what Andy Reid accomplished in Philly, Andy Reid changed the culture of Football in Philly during his tenure here. Anyone that’s been a loyal Birds fan over the last several decades knows the respect Andy’s earned.

            Andy Reid did a remarkable job his first job as a Head Coach in the NFL in Philly.

          • knighn

            I appreciate what Reid did for the Eagles. Can’t minimize that. Still, to ignore his painfully obvious shortcomings is revisionist history and excessive Hero Worship and I can’t get on board with any of that.

          • Dutch

            That’s not revising history, the Eagles were perennial Division Champs with Andy Reid. That’s not a small feat by any stretch of the imagination and exceeds most anything accomplished prior to his arrival. Even in seasons we didn’t expect playoff berths, the road to the super bowl, or NFC Championship came through Phila.

          • knighn

            So glad you brought up expectations! The Eagles lost FOUR NFC Championship games and were favored to win in THREE of those losses!
            I appreciate what Reid did, but can plainly see what he didn’t.

          • pjcostello

            And it took Vermeil retiring, coming back to coaching 15 years later, and a FLUKE ex-grocery bagger taking over a previously-terrible team for him to win the one Super Bowl he did win. So what???

          • Absecon

            Don’t kid yourself. He wouldn’t be the first coach or player in this town to have raised hopes here and then won it all at another gig….Vermiel, White, Francona, Schilling, Rolen, Flyers West/LA Kings come to mind w/o even looking for examples….

          • knighn

            Would be shocked if Reid does it anywhere as a head coach…. ever.

        • FMWarner

          Whenever people bring up how Andy Reid blew the Eagles’ chances for a Super Bowl during his tenure, I always want to ask who was coaching during the regular season and first and second playoff rounds. Why didn’t they keep that guy in instead of bringing in Reid for the NFC championships and the Super Bowl?

          • knighn

            And that is why there is a line of distinction from the “Great Coaches” to the “Very Good Coaches”. Good coaches win games. Great coaches win championships.

            Reid, during his entire tenure here, was a very good, very flawed coach. It sounds like he’s already fixed some of those flaws in KC. Still, if you’re intellectually honest, you have to give much more credit for their turnaround to the defense. Reid has nothing to do with the defense. He doesn’t call plays there. Reid calls plays on offense… and his team has only scored 30 or more points ONE TIME in 9 games, and he’s had his staring QB for all 9 games! Does that scream “offensive guru” to you?

            In today’s NFL, offense trumps defense. The tired Maxim, “Offense Wins Games and Defense Wins Championships” is just not true in the 21st century NFL. Ravens, Giants, Colts all won Championships with defenses that are not even top 10 (points / scoring). Elite? These defenses were middle of the pack… or worse!The NFL officiating is heavily slanted towards the offense, now moreso than ever! To win a Championship in today’s NFL, you need a defense that is capable of making some stops and a great offense. Reid, once again, is building a team that cannot sustain success. A good team? Unquestionably! A Championship Team?! No Way!

            Now, am I saying that the 4-5 Eagles are on their way to Super Bowl XLVIII? Absolutely not. I do, however, think that Chip Kelly is building his team the right way for the 21st century: Offense First. Kelly’s Eagles have scored 30 or more points multiple times with a QB at the tail-end of his career (Vick) and with a 2nd-year, 3rd round pick with fewer than 10 starts to his name (Foles). If Kelly ever finds or develops his franchise QB (even if that turns out to be Foles or Barkley): watch out NFL!

    • Adam
      • bentheimmigrant

        *twitch*

        Such horrible logic. “it’s so easy, Foles could do it!”… which is why Peyton is the only other recent QB to pull it off.

        “The rules don’t let you play D”… which is why the Chiefs are only allowing 12 points a game.

        Ugh. So stupid. Even if Foles isn’t a great QB, no one can look at that game and say he didn’t play an all time great game. It really was. The question is whether he can sustain it. That’s what would make him truly belong on that list.

        • jon h

          exactly – it was a perfect QB rating yesterday. So he was perfect. If it’s so easy, why aren’t the raiders 0-8 with every team posting 7 TDs/game?

          • DirtyWaters

            Right, and 100 yard rushing games are easy also. Everyone anointed Payton, not saying Foles is Payton, but give the guy credit where it is due. We weren’t playing Alcorn St.

    • Dr Rick

      Dude, You got it. This was already on ESPN, the self proclaimed worldwide leader in sports, with 6 mins left to play. I was stuck without direct game play but followed ESPN radio and the Kelly/NFL piece was up front. Can this work in the NFL????

      I just wish some, any, of these pundits would research football history and see why Chip Kelly (and others) are very much within the mainstream of football development. All this talk about whether Kelly would or would not change the NFL is a bunch of nonsense.

      Just look at the Single Wing and the Wing T for some of Chip’s inspiration while at Oregon.

      However, I am not sure Why he has not really established the up tempo or “new”-old formations at Philly. I think he has reasons, but can not offer more that a personal opinion that has no value here.

      OK, I can’t help it, but I think he just had not had enough time with the right personnel grouping to get his ideas across I am not a CK booster but think he did a radical job to U of O, and think he has similar prospects in the NFL.

      Should be fun, and has been interesting so far.

      Best,

      Go Birds!!

  • Vick Must Go

    Could Foles be the QB of the future??!?!?!

    • BlindChow

      Roads? Where he’s going, they don’t NEED roads!

    • DirtyWaters

      The future ain’t what it used to be.

    • knighn

      Could be. Don’t want to be Debbie Downer, but seriously think the Eagles need more of a look at Foles. Yes, even after a statistically perfect game.

      • Vick Must Go

        I was hoping Foles would show enough to be a solid backup or possibly trade bait. But he might be even more. Don’t want to get carried away, but even with the Dallas game, his numbers for the season are unreal. 13TD with 0 Int. Unreal. 63% completions, 8.8 y/a… just amazing . When taken in context with the rest of the season, the Dallas game looks like a fluke and this game looks more in context with the body of work Foles has produced this year.

        • knighn

          I hope it was a Fluke. I still think the Eagles need to see a lot more. I want to see a lot more. For one: can he stay healthy? Secondly: how will Foles play when he is actually under pressure? How will he play at home?!
          I would like nothing more than for Foles to prove he’s The Guy. It would mean the Eagles don’t need to look for a QB. It would mean they just need to build their team. I just think the Eagles need to see more before they completely pass on all of the big-time prospects that will be there in 2014.

          • Mr. Magee

            Some really good Qs there knighn

          • knighn

            Thanks! Hope Foles play will give good Answers!

          • nicksaenz1

            Maybe he can be the bridge to Famous Jameis

          • BlindChow

            He’d have to really stink up the 2014 season for us to get Jameis.

          • cliff henny

            let’s see winston in soph yr, FSU has 10-12 nfl starters next yr on that team. that is the most loaded team since the early 2000′s miami teams. eagles should only draft lsu/fsu defensive guys.

          • nicksaenz1

            That receiver is pretty sick, too. Can’t remember his name for the life of me. #1.

          • cliff henny

            has 3! lol…probably benjamin.

          • nicksaenz1

            Benjamin, that’s who I couldn’t remember! But yeah, they’re stacked.

          • nicksaenz1

            My thought was more along the lines of load up everywhere else this draft, and next year, if Foles isn’t the guy, afterall, then compile as many tradable assets as possible and go get him.
            Note: This situation only applies should Foles do well enough to stick around next year. Time will tell. Just a scenario.

      • Justin

        In the offseason, all I wanted was the guy who would win us the most games to be the Quaterback. But when Foles came in against the Giants for Vick, I immediately decided that wins this season were less important than finding the QB of the future. And part of that entails finding out what exactly Nick Foles is.

    • Dutch

      not as long as Chip Kelly is the coach and wants to run his patented offense.

      • Vick Must Go

        Umm, his patented offense did pretty well today with Foles… last I checked. Did you just watch a satchel of puppies get run over by a bus or something? Why are you the ultimate buzz kill? Do you need your mom to hug you more? Did someone just tell you WWE was fake?

        • Dutch

          He played a wonderful game today, he’s still not an efficient option dual purpose threat that Kelly needs to get the most out of this offense.

          • Adam

            Still not as efficient? He tied the record for the most touchdown passes in a game. He couldn’t possibly have been more efficient.

          • Dutch

            Good, he is still not an efficient “Option” dual purpose threat. How long do you think it will be before he throws 7 TDs in a game again? The Raiders loss on the dare to beat them over the top, I don’t think he can do that if planned for and , I would definitely like to see him do it again. I don’t think that’s in the cards.

          • BlindChow

            They dared Foles to beat them over the top, and he did. It’s hard to hold that against him. If teams start playing back to stop the big plays, they open up the ground and underneath stuff. Is there a question whether Foles can handle short throws and hand-offs?

            ACViking dug up some goodies about Ricky Santos, the “non-mobile” quarterback Kelly cited when asked if Foles would be able to run his offense. Turns out Santos ran 100 times per season in his three years with Kelly as OC. However, Santos ran a 4.90 40 and only averaged 3.2 yards per carry. Foles can handle that. Kelly’s offense doesn’t require a “big play” run threat at QB to work, despite the myths. A big play guy wouldn’t hurt, obviously, but a consistent passer is more important. We’ll see how consistent Foles can be over the next few games.

            I do think a fast QB who can throw would be ideal, but you take what you can get. If we’re not in the position to get a top-tier guy at QB, I can see Kelly going with Foles for the foreseeable future, assuming he shows the Dallas game was the outlier and not the Raiders/Tampa games.

          • nicksaenz1

            Why don’t you ask the other guys on the list of 7TD passes in a game how long it took them to throw 7TD passes in a game for the second time.

          • Vick Must Go

            Four down votes on your first comment, and 3 on your most recent comment. Love it…

    • JofreyRice

      He’s probably future NFC player of the week, at least.

    • Token

      If he played well the rest of the way hed have a chance if Chip wasnt the coach. But even tho he wont say it, a running qb floats his boat. Gets him all excited.

      • Dutch

        That’s pretty accurate. Chip wants most all to run his offense and he’s shown he can be successful with the proper personnel in place.

      • http://abigbuttandasmile.com/ A Big Butt and a Smile

        Why would he give up that mismatch? He likes to run a zone read offense. You can do that without a mobile Qb, but a mobile Qb REALLY makes it hum.

        • Token

          It can hum more than 7 TDs and 5 incompletions?

          • Richard Colton

            those five incompletions were terrible though. All five were uncatchable. Compare that to Vick, who would have a career completion percentage of 100% if not for dropped balls or poorly run routes.

          • Andy124

            C’mon guys. Folk, err, Foles had 6 incompletions. That’s a full 20% worse than you’re making him out to be. It was Just. One. Game.

            If you don’t count all of his other good games.

          • Loke1988

            Even your sarcasm is pathetic.

          • Richard Colton

            ohh hey look, it’s the guy nobody cares about posting on a story that’s a day old. Google “wit of the escalator” immediately, then spend the rest of the day crying.

          • http://abigbuttandasmile.com/ A Big Butt and a Smile

            You think we’ll be playing the Raiders every week?

          • Token

            Top 10 defensive unit going into the week.

            Had allowed just 10 passing TDs until Sunday.

            Hard to just dismiss it.

          • http://abigbuttandasmile.com/ A Big Butt and a Smile

            No Top ten in yards allowed – 20th overall. No ones’ dismissing the game, but it doesn’t apply to the original point I made.

    • FMWarner

      I don’t know if he’s the QB of the future. I don’t think he’s as good as today and I don’t think he’s as bad as whoever that guy was playing against Dallas. But with all caveats about flukes and sample sizes (hello, Matt Flynn), I think at the least Foles has earned the right to be the unquestioned starter the rest of this season regardless of Vick’s health. He deserves a chance to make his case.

      • Vick Must Go

        Foles will have 3 offensive player of the week awards. I think Flynn was one week. Has to say something…

  • Token

    Nick Foles.

    His last start he plays the worst game I have seen a QB play in my life of watching football.

    This start he plays the best game I can think of any Eagle QB playing.

    So what in the world is Nick Foles? We know his best and we know his worst. Im curious to see if he can be consistent on some level the rest of the way.

    Its hard for me to look around that Dallas game. It was a key division game and he just crumbled and folded in the moment.

    I just dont see a scenario where Foles is the future. Kelly wants a guy that can run around. But he can certainly increase his trade value.

    Oakland is a good D. They had allowed 10 passing TDs in 7 games before allowing 7 today alone.

    And the D holds under 17 again. The Packers and Rodgers will be the true test of how far this unit has or hasnt come.

    • JofreyRice

      they fish-filleted that rookie DJ Hayden. Yikes.

      Looked like there were more power runs and pitches; a little less OZR–and the OZR they ran didn’t look particularly effective, clearly with so much tape on that play, that’s what the Raiders were keyed on stopping.

      The receivers beat man when they were playing it, and Foles delivered the ball. He took full advantage when they were playing zone. Obviously, he was unbelievable. Fantastic game.

      Right there with you, tho, really hard for me to get over that Dallas game. He was utterly miserable. If we had some kind of reasonable explanation for why he played so poorly in that game, I’d eat it up; shoulder soreness, migraines, infected hangnail, that one mental disorder where you think all your internal organs are missing…something, anything to explain how he could have been that bad for the entire game.

      • Dutch

        Hayden will have nightmares for a month because of this game.

      • Token

        Something had to be wrong in the Dallas game right? Its just polar opposite players. Just weird.

        Obviously him playing well the rezt of the way helps his value. But if that were the case it would also be pretty frustrating to see him traded just so we can get a run around qb.

        I still gotta say im not convinced. Dallas game was so bad. I gotta see constancy from here. Gotta see him win some meaningful division games.

        • JofreyRice

          The diificult thing is that he won’t be consistent–not like this. Opponents will take throws and receivers away, and he’s likely to look like a guy who has started less games than his shoe size at times. He CANNOT have another game like Dallas, though.

          A big question will be is health. Its been shaky so far. We need a guy to be available every week.

          The nice thing is there is no organizational investment in Foles, the way there was in say, Jacksonville. It will be a tough task trying to figure out if he’s the guy, but at least the evaluation won’t be clouded by $ or draft position.

          • cliff henny

            take dallas game out, he is consistant, but yeah, with you, that game is still there. hope he can stay healthy to rematch. i said there wasnt anything he could do in 1 game to change my mind about him…but damn, he put that to the test.

          • BlindChow

            I think the Dallas stench will fade significantly with each game of competent QB play. It’s the “small sample size” axiom. As long as Dallas represents a double-digit percentage of his games (at least this year), it will be hard to completely disregard.

            We’ll see where it goes, but for this week at least, I won’t be completely dreading what awfulness we might bear witness to this coming Sunday.

          • cliff henny

            goes from what will we see coin toss, to, maybe he’s more like the tampa game. he puts 2 or 3 near tampa games together, that’ll change everything.

          • nicksaenz1

            That’s fair. I don’t need 400+ and 7tds, but I’d like to see the ability to consistently get close to or more than 250 with a couple td’s with smart decisions and good throws. Just have to get the run game moving with it. If he can throw well enough to make teams respect the throw, it does wonders for everyone, and Shady will be able to get 100+yds a game again.

          • Token

            That Dallas game. I just need a reason. Was he hiding a early concussion? Just throw us a bone. It was so bad. Like he was looking at WRs and just not throwing the ball.

            Ill tell you one thing. If they wanna really see him the rest of the way…… they need to IR Vick today and name Foles the starter the rest of the way. Let him know hes not gonna get yanked for a bad game. That would be the smart move. Its time for Chip and the franchise to put the Vick era in the rearview mirror, like they should have done last offseason.

          • cliff henny

            still like kelly seeing vick run the offense. gave him 4-5 game sample set of how nfl works with athletic qb. yes, agree, no reason to play vick anymore barring foles’ health/playoff hunt. just for s&g’s, say foles get them to 8-7, and hurts hand, rather have vick available.
            .
            heard it tossed about, foles got rocked on first series…he had to of been dinged. he simply wasnt seeing the field. and his throws were wobbling ducks, oak he was throwing nice spials to and thru recr’s.

          • Token

            Yea i just want to see consistency as it, not looking like a dope. Just looking solid week to week. One game doesnt change my outlook on him even though it was great. And yea for a 6’6 guy he does seem to get injured a lot.

            Right now they are probably already out of the MM sweepstakes with that win yesterday. Theres alot of bad teams and a bunch of mediocre teams bunched together.

            Barkley stinks. A number of us kinda knew that already. But we can walk away from this season knowing two thing, that the Vick era is definitely done and that Matt Barkley stinks.

            So Foles gets his like 4th chance to show he can be a NFL starter. I cant help but think it will end the way his other chances have, showing hes just not quite good enough.

    • Dutch

      I don’t think there’s any doubt at worse he’s improved any potential trade value to help move up in the 2014 draft for a franchise QB the style Kelly wants to run is offense.

      The Kid had a career day there’s no taking that away from him, way to bounce back.

      • knighn

        Still think Matt Barkley will have more of an impact?

        • Dutch

          Yes I do, with time and practicing with a first unit offense.

          • Vick Must Go

            More impact than 7TDs and a perfect QB rating? I’m not sure who is having the bigger brain aneurism, you or Gary Kubiak…

          • Dutch

            We seen a similar performance out of Vick in 2010 and he’s not the savior because of that game. I’m as impressed as anyone in Football at Foles performance, but he’s not the solution in Philly for this offense and the personnel the Eagles have on this roster. The Raiders sat back and dared him to beat them over the top, and the kid responded.

            Now can he continue to do what he did today when teams play and plan for him to beat them over the top? I don’t think he can be consistent.

          • Pennguino

            The Bucs, a top 8 defense and 2nd in scoring at the time planned and played but got smoked by Foles. Same thing for the Raiders. They planned and played and Foles set team records against them and tied a NFL record. But once again, reality is not your strong suit.

          • knighn

            I must give you credit, Dutch. You are very consistent in your ridiculous rambling! Hey: let me know when Barkley throws 7 TDs in an NFL game… Or even 7 TDs in the NFL… Or even one for that matter.

          • Dutch

            I’d like to see Foles do this again, but I doubt he’s capable of throwing 7 TDs again within his next 20 games. I’d be impressed if he was able to throw 2 TDs a game over the next 10 games. I’d even be impressed with 3 wins the rest of the Season.

          • Pennguino

            Have unrealistic expectations at all? The whole NFL would be impressed if Foles throws 2 TD’s a game in the next 10 games. Hell, the NFL would be impressed by any QB throwing 2 TD’s a game over the next 10 games. No one other than Peyton Manning has thrown two or more TD’s a game in every game this year. The same Manning that Foles tied the record with today. In the last 7.5 games Foles has averaged 2.4 TDs a game. That’s not including the Denver TD or his 2 rushing TD’s.

            Counting Foles’ stats this year and the last 5 game she played last year (8.5 games total), only Brees and Manning have more TD’s and yards this year and they have 3 times the amount of picks. But I can see how these facts and reality do not play a part in your world.

    • Justin

      You haven’t been watching football very long. That, or you don’t watch some other teams. Foles had a bad performance against the Cowboys, sure. But it could have been way worse. He could have thrown several pick sixes. Hell, he could have even turned the ball over at all. He didn’t. So don’t exaggerate his performance in that game.

    • cliff henny

      true, and by default, with foles’ starting sample, Tampa would be an average game. if only that were the case. man, some of those throws i couldnt beleve my eyes. defenses just cant give foles that much time, we know there’s open recrs. if those throws 40-50+ downfield werent a 1 day deal, this wont be his last monster day.

      • Token

        You mentioned time. Thats something else to factor in here. He had a bunch of time yesterday. There were plays where he had to move a little, which you wanna see, but overall had a clean pocket. You expect some success in that situation.

        Kelce mentioned Foles was more vocal this entire week. Thatd be a good sign. Good or bad hes gotta step up and take lead of this team.

        • cliff henny

          to me, foles needs to pass a bunch of test till i’m ready to hand him the reigns. give him credit, he passed about 3 in 1 game, 3 days ago i’d never of thought he could do that.

  • jshort

    So does Foles get a sign in the office alongside Adrian Burk?

    • hillbillybirdsfan

      Maybe not right next to it. Spread em out a little to keep the feng shui balanced.

  • knighn

    Bounce Back?! What did they use? Flubber?!

  • anon

    Could Foles be Andy’s last parting gift?

  • Scott J

    On top of all the yardage and TD’s, Nicks greatest accomplishment was shutting up all the Vick fanboys.