Nick Foles
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By James Brimacombe, Eagles Correspondent, Mon, Jul 28th 1:55pm EDT

ESPN's Sal Paolantonio stated that Nick Foles has more swagger entering the 2014 season. He is more confident and relaxed as he doesn't have the competition of Michael Vick hanging over his head. (Source: Sal Paolantonio)

Fantasy Impact: Last year Foles started 10 games and ended the season with 27 touchdowns and 2 interceptions. Now Foles is the guy in Philadelphia and can prepare as such right from the get go. The Eagles offense is looking even faster then last year and Foles should have no problem moving the ball and being a top fantasy QB option.

The Fake Football | Aug 20th
Foles is a tough call to make this season. His numbers last year were amazing, but his TD to turnover ratio will be impossible to repeat. DeSean Jackson is gone, but Jeremy Maclin is back and Zach Ertz should take a step forward. Add to that Kelly's offense and tactics to keep defenses off balance should keep Foles from regressing too badly.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
While I really don't see Foles putting in the type of Touchdown : Interception numbers that he did last year (an almost impossible feat), Chip Kelly has said that he wants to utilize the playbook much more than the Eagles did in 2013. Considering Foles late-season grasp of the offense in which he went for 8 multi-touchdown games in his last 9 while totaling 23 overall down that stretch, you have to love his potential. And the fact that their offense is more balanced and much improved over last season, Foles should be able to produce outstanding numbers. Last year he put up a positive 0.076 FFLockerRoom True Proficiency Game Average. http://fflockerroom.com/2014/07/25/2014-fantasy-football-draft-preparation-quarterback-proficiency/
The Football Girl | Aug 19th
Won't repeat freakish 2013 efficiency but can be near-elite even with regression.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 19th
He has the real potential to put up over 30 TDs in Kelly's offense. He nearly did 30 TDs and he did not play 3 games in 2013.
Breaking Football | Aug 19th
Foles was a beast in Philly last year. His system and weapons are there, but was he a one year wonder?
Fantasy Football Maniax | Aug 19th
Foles was the 11th ranked fantasy quarterback, despite starting only 10 games, but I am curious if a sophomore slump is in store. I cannot see him throwing just two interceptions for a second consecutive year. The Eagles also have to figure out how to replace the production of departed WR DeSean Jackson. They added WR Jordan Matthews and WR Josh Huff in the draft, but they will need to be able to contribute right away. A weak receiving core could prevent Foles from being an elite fantasy option, although he should still be very good.
Fantasy Couch | Aug 19th
high risk, high reward
The New York Times | Aug 19th
Inhuman TD:INT rate impossible to repeat, shaky receiving corps with Maclin as the WR1.
Fantasy Team Advice | Aug 18th
Nick Foles put up a completely unsustainable 27/2 TD:INT ratio in 2013, but other than that his numbers look very promising for the season ahead. He ran the ball well at 4 YPC (225 yards on 56 attempts), while averaging a stately 222.4 passing yards per game. We are giving him a slight uptick in passing production for this season (just north of 230 yards per game through the air), just make sure you don't jump on him too early, as he has 1 very good RB behind him that could steal a good bit of production.
Legion Report | Aug 16th
He’s got too good of weapons, too good of an Offensive Line and too good of a coach to have a sophomore slump. Philly went out and acquired Sproles and Matthews with the departure of DeSean Jackson. Jeremy Maclin has participated in every minicamp and OTA and looks to be fully healed from his ACL injury – if he remains healthy for 16 games, he’ll be a Top 25 WR. Riley Cooper found a way to get 835 Receiving Yards last year with the help of DeSeasn Jackson drawing extra coverage. Jordan Matthews, who’s been nothing less than stellar so far, will take over the WR2 sooner rather than later. Foles averaged 11.7 passes per TD (Peyton averaged 11.9 passes per TD) last season while throwing the ball a NFL 27th ranked 315 times for 27 TDs and 2 INTs.
Rotoprofessor | Jul 31st
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Let’s take a look at a few of the early ADP trends among tight ends to try and determine if there’s potential value or not:   Fantasy Owners Believe In Nick Foles We’ve already discussed our opinions of Foles
4for4.com | Jul 25th
It brings real physical pain to say this: The fantasy football quarterback market, for all its hideous flaws, is not completely broken. Yes, we can stream to championships and find every-week starters on ye ol’ waiver wire. Yes, we can use various 4for4 tools to find the week’s best quarterback matchups and reap the benefits of apples t...
NFL.com | Jul 3rd
In today's three and out, LeSean McCoy believes this is the season that Nick Foles "blows it away."
Breaking Football | Jun 25th
Most fantasy gamers I know consider the quarterback roster spot a huge part of their offense, and rightfully so. That is a position that touches the ball on every single offensive play. Logical thinking would tell you that touching the ball every play (especially within pass heavy offenses) should give you the best chance for scoring points in fantasy football. And that’s how I think most fa...