Despite the return of Michael Vick from a hamstring injury, Nick Foles will be the Eagles starting quarterback this Sunday and will likely remain the starter for the rest of the season.
Chip Kelly says Nick Foles will be the starter for the rest of the season.
From joint press conferences, to encouraging words caught by NFL microphones after big plays, Vick has been the consummate professional and an exemplary teammate, and he deserves credit.
Michael Vick’s hamstring injury has prevented him from being available to play for the Eagles, but it’s also given head coach Chip Kelly a bit of an out in any “who is the starting quarterback” question. Very soon, that will not be the case, and Kelly says he’ll deal with it when the time comes.
he Eagles will be missing a couple of defensive players this weekend as they look to snap their home losing streak in Lincoln Financial Field. Safety Earl Wolff and back-up linebacker Jake Knott have been ruled out by the Eagles for this weekend’s home game against the Washington Redskins.
As improbable as it sounds, the best quarterback on the field in Sunday’s game between the Packers and Eagles likely won’t be Aaron Rodgers or Michael Vick.
Mike Vick is still bothered by a hamstring injury that has been nagging him for the last month. The veteran quarterback was limited in practices early in the week but did get in a full practice on Friday. Even if his hamstring stops bothering by Sunday, it should be expected he will serve as nothing more than a back-up quarterback option to Nick Foles.
It was a memorable weekend in football, both on the college and professional scenes.
We’ve seen Nick Foles at his utmost worst just a few weeks ago. And on Sunday, after tossing an NFL-record tying seven touchdowns in the Eagles’ 49-20 thumping of the Oakland Raiders, we’ve also seen him at his incredible best.
Chip Kelly knows Nick Foles will be his starting quarterback on Sunday in Oakland. That’s all the information the coach will give about the future of the position.
Chip Kelly anounces that Nick Foles will start against the Raiders.
Chip Kelly says it’s a combination of “the little things” that caused Sunday’s offensive ineptness.
Michael Vick’s first pulled hamstring against the Giants cost him two weeks. This time, he lost most of the game.
The Eagles offensive woes of last week bled into this week, resulting in a 15-7 loss in a crossroads game.
What a disappointing offensive show the Birds put on at The Linc on Sunday. As some headlines said, it looked like Foles folded. As a result, Dallas leads the NFC East today with the Eagles second.