Nick Foles

Nick Foles

Philadelphia Eagles

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Draft Calc | Apr 18th
The casual fantasy owner will look at Foles' 2013 campaign and see 27TDs and decent yardage... but, if you extrapolate Foles' numbers per start across an entire season, he would have neared 39TDs, 4000 yards and 3-4INTs. I think we could be looking at the biggest sleeper QB, if not biggest sleeper period, in all of 2014. How is he a sleeper if many already feel he can breakout? Well, his ADP is in the 4th-5th round range, and given he can be a top 1-2 overall fantasy scorer in 2014, that's steal of the draft material right there.
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Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Apr 17th
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.
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Fantasy Football Maniax | Apr 16th
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.
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FFLockerRoom | Apr 15th
Starting the 2013 season as Michael Vick's backup, Nick Foles of the Philadelphia Eagles came in when injury allowed for an opportunity and ran away with the job, starting in 10 of the 13 games that he had played in, and passed for 2,891 yards and 27 touchdowns to go with 2 interceptions. Further helping his fantasy value was his legs as he ran for an additional 221 yards while visiting the end-zone 3 times. Was 2013 a glimpse of what the future holds or was it just an oasis? Only time will tell, but with his outstanding improvement with ball control as well as a 2014 offensive philosophy that is expected to mirror the Denver Broncos, great things should lie ahead. Just don't expect the interceptions to remain as low as they were.