PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Nick Foles has been lights out for the Eagles this season. He’s got a 4-1 record, and thrown 16 touchdowns without an interception since taking over for Michael Vick, while leading the NFL in passer rating.
So how long can this last?
The over/under number for the amount of passes Foles will throw before his first interception is set at 42.5, according to Bovada. The Eagles have a bye this week, and then face the tough Arizona defense at Lincoln Financial Field in their next game.
As for his league leading QB rating of 128, which would be an NFL record if he finishes with that number, the odds that Foles leads the league in that statistic when the season is through are 3/2 for yes, and 1/2 that he will not. The previous record is 122.5, set by Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers.
The Eagles odds to win the Super Bowl sit at 33/1, and are favorites to win the NFC East at 5/6.