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Eagles' Kelly: Nick Foles' footwork issues are 'fixable'

by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(10/6/14) After watching film of Sunday's 34-28 win against the Rams, Eagles coach Chip Kelly offered up his analysis of why quarterback Nick Foles has had a lot of passes get away from him when he throws off his back foot.

"I think sometimes when it happens, there's a rush, and he's trying to slide to the right or slide to the left, not setting his feet when he slides," Kelly said Monday, per the Philadelphia Daily News. "In terms of staying on top of it, staying in a good platform to throw the ball.

"I think it's fixable. It's just a matter of drill work, fundamentals, doing a lot of movement drills."

Kelly tried to explain also why Foles seemed to have better accuracy in 2013, when he tossed 27 touchdowns and two interceptions. He also completed 64 percent of his passes last season compared to 59.1 percent this season.

"I don't think we had as much pressure last year, to be honest with you," Kelly said. "I still think it's a combination of things. Sometimes it's little fundamental things, and we all gotta go back to work, and I think he understands that."

Lack of big plays hurting Nick Foles

by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/5/14) Eagles quarterback Nick Foles' numbers shielded him from some criticism early in the season, but his production has fallen off over the last few games. Is this cause for concern?

Foles bounced back from last week's pitiful effort, but still passed for just 207 yards, a far cry from the first three games of the season, when he averaged 326 passing yards per game. He has been missing the big play over the last two games, averaging just 5.0 yards per attempt with long plays of just 24 and 22 yards through the passing game -- Foles averaged 7.95 yards per attempt through three games, with plays of 50, 57 and 68 yards.

The big play has been an integral part of Foles' success since taking over as the starter last season, but he had some trouble completing long passes early. Whether he is gun-shy or this is just a bad stretch, Foles will have to find that part of his game if Fantasy owners are to rely on him.

Foles faces a tough test in Week 6, with the Giants on the schedule. They have allowed 20-plus Fantasy points to quarterbacks just twice in five games, and just held Matt Ryan to one score.   

No reason to stray from Nick Foles

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/1/14) So Eagles quarterback Nick Foles had a clunker Week 4 at San Francisco. It happens to the best of them. At least in his case, it came against one of the league's most imposing defenses -- one that has allowed the fifth-lowest passer rating of any team this season.

It shouldn't overshadow the fact that he was the only quarterback to throw for 300 yards in each of his first three games and is still one of only two (Andrew Luck being the other) with three 300-yard games this season. The Eagles are built to throw the ball, and throw the ball they shall.

In theory, they don't have the best matchup for throwing the ball Week 5 against the Rams, who rank third against the pass, allowing 187.3 yards per game, but the Rams have also allowed the fourth-highest passer rating of any team this year. The Cowboys' Tony Romo threw for 217 yards and two touchdowns against them when they last played in Week 3.

I'm thinking the design of the Eagles offense will make Foles an advisable Fantasy option this week despite teams' tendencies against the Rams so far this season. Jamey Eisenberg ranks him only 15th among quarterbacks, but I'd start Foles over Ben Roethlisberger, Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson, Tony Romo and Cam Newton.

Nick Foles confident he can make adjustments

by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(9/30/14) Eagles quarterback Nick Foles completed less than 50 percent of his throws in the Week 4 loss at San Francisco. He hadn't done that since October 20, 2013.

"I just let it fly a little too far," Foles told the team's website. "It's just that. I've got to be a little more accurate, and I know how to do that. I've thrown a football for a long time, and you've just got to keep your body in the right spot to throw. I was letting it fly a little too far, so I know how to fix it and I'll fix it."

Philly hosts the Rams in Week 5.

Poor showing not a deal-breaker for Nick Foles

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9/28/14) Eagles quarterback Nick Foles wasn't at his best Week 4 at San Francisco. That much is certain. But on a day when the Eagles couldn't muster any sort of running game against one of the league's best run defenses, he's not entirely to blame.

Now, LeSean McCoy averaging less than 2 yards per carry -- that's a concern and one that could impact Foles if it continues. But for now, you shouldn't give much thought to sitting the third-year quarterback for Week 5 against St. Louis.

Had he thrown for 300 yards (instead of 195) for a fourth straight game to open the season, he would have joined Peyton Manning, Steve Young, Kurt Warner and Drew Brees as the only quarterbacks to do so, so he's still off to a great start.

 
 
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