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Foles completed 21-of-43 passes for just 195 yards with a pair of interceptions in Sunday's 26-21 loss at San Francisco.

Foles looked out of sorts from the onset, missing receivers routinely. He nearly led Philadelphia to a comeback win in the final two minutes, but misfired on a couple of throws in the end zone. Philadelphia ended up getting the ball back one last time, after forcing a 49ers punt, but Foles was intercepted on a desperation fourth-down throw. Despite the shaky performance, Foles has been very productive this season, and should bounce back in Week 5, taking on the Rams at home.

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Foles completed 27-of-41 passes for 325 yards and three touchdowns Sunday against Washington.

Foles took a huge illegal hit from Washington's Chris Baker in the fourth quarter after an interception and had to be worked on by team trainers for a number of minutes. A fracas broke out after the play and it took the referees quite some time to sort everything out, which gave Foles enough time to shake off the injury and get back on the field without missing a snap. He connected with seven different receivers in the game, throwing touchdowns to Jeremy Maclin and Jordan Matthews (two). He has now thrown for more than 320 yards in three consecutive games, though the Eagles have a tough Week 4 matchup against the 49ers in San Francisco.

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After it appeared he would head to the locker room upon taking an illegal hit from the Redskins' Chris Baker, Foles remained in the game Sunday, CBS Sports' Jason LaCanfora reports.

Because of the extensive time it took for the referees to sort out ejections after several players took part in an on-field brawl, Foles was able to shake off the injury without having to miss any snaps. He'll look to keep the Eagles' offense humming with the game tied against their division rivals, but will do so without one of his key protectors, as tackle Jason Peters was one of the players ejected.

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Foles left Sunday's game against the Redskins in the fourth quarter after he was blindsided by Washington's Chris Baker, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.

Baker was immediately ejected for a hit that came well after Foles delivered the ball, sending the quarterback into a heap on the ground and inciting a nasty brawl between the two teams. Foles retreated to the locker room with the training staff, and his return should be considered questionable. Mark Sanchez came off the bench to replace Foles, who had landed hard on his shoulder earlier in the game prior to taking the hit from Baker.

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Foles completed 21-of-37 passes for 331 yards, with a touchdown and an interception in Monday's 30-27 win over the Colts. He added 22 yards on four carries.

Though the numbers were solid, Foles didn't play well, with his downfield accuracy standing out as shaky. He benefited immensely from the incredible play of Darren Sproles, who took seven receptions for 152 yards, piling up YAC by the dozen. In fact, Foles dinked and dunked his way to the 331 yards, primarily relying on his teammates to gain yards after the catch. His stats look fine, and the team is 2-0, but Foles is playing poorly through two games.

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Foles completed 27-of-45 passes for 322 yards and two touchdowns Sunday against the Jaguars, but he also lost two fumbles and threw one interception.

The Eagles were absolutely horrible in the first half and went into the locker room down 17-0. They then rattled off 34 unanswered points, highlighted by a 68-yard touchdown pass from Foles to Jeremy Maclin to put the Eagles up for good with just under seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. The 45 pass attempts were more than Foles had in all but one game last season and were a direct result of falling behind early. While the Eagles are expected to run plenty of pass plays this season, it's unlikely they'll maintain the level from Sunday throughout the season.

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Foles completed 19-of-29 passes for 179 yards, with one touchdown and one interception in Thursday's preseason game against the Steelers.

The interception came on a screen pass after Darren Sproles tripped on one of his own linemen. While far from his best performance, Foles has looked much better in the last two games following a poor outing to open the preseason. The Eagles dealt with some bumps and bruises throughout the preseason, but the offense figures to head into Week 1 close to full strength, barring any practice injuries over the next two-plus weeks. With the exception of suspended right tackle Lane Johnson, the only player in danger of missing Week 1 is backup running back Chris Polk (hamstring), who doesn't figure to see much work while LeSean McCoy (thumb) is healthy.

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Foles had a rough night in Friday's preseason opener against the Bears, completing six-of-nine passes for 44 yards, with no touchdowns and two interceptions.

It only took Foles nine preseason pass attempts to match his interception total from the 2013 regular season. We'll choose to look at that as a good thing, although it'll be a bit concerning if he looks this bad in the next two games, given that he only has three-quarters of a season of strong play under his belt. Foles has everything in place to succeed without DeSean Jackson this season, as Jeremy Maclin is back, Darren Sproles has been acquired, and Zach Ertz is no longer a rookie. Just as important as the targets Foles will throw to, the Eagles still have Chip Kelly, an excellent offensive line, and of course, LeSean McCoy.

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Nick Foles earned Pro Bowl MVP honors as Jerry Rice's team defeated Deion Sanders' in Sunday night's Pro Bowl game, 22-21.

The game was actually somewhat entertaining despite its odd construction, with Rice and Sanders "drafting" each of their teams in a two-day process we could hardly stomach. Most importantly, no players suffered any significant injuries. In Sunday's game, Foles completed 7-of-10 throws for 89 yards and a 12-yard touchdown pass to Jordan Cameron. Chiefs ILB Derrick Johnson was named Defensive MVP, racking up nine tackles and a forced fumble.

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The Eagles can't sign Nick Foles to a contract extension until after the 2014 season.

Per the terms of the CBA, drafted players have to play under their rookie contract through the third year. So much like Russell Wilson, Foles will play out next season as one of the biggest bargains in the league at $615,000. It gives the Eagles a full season to be absolutely sure they want to commit to Foles as their franchise quarterback and it also brings them a windfall of cap space. This year he finished the regular season eighth in completion percentage (64.0), first in yards per attempt (9.12) and first in passer rating (119.2) while throwing 27 touchdowns against two interceptions.