Saturday, October 25, 2014
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Eagles QB Nick Foles finally on the Pro Bowl ballot

Foles the Vote!

It took his entire record-breaking month of November to do it, but Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has been put on the Pro Bowl ballot. The second-year player had the best statistical month of any quarterback in NFL history by completing 70.8 percent of his passes for 932 yards with 10 touchdowns, no interceptions and a 152.8 passer rating. The Eagles were 3-0 during that stretch and beat the likes of the Raiders, Packers and Redskins.

Foles has been named the starting quarterback for remaining five games of the season. Those games plus his original five will give the former Arizona Wildcat a total of 10 starts this season. He has also played but not started in another three games. He played the entire second half of the Week 5 game against the Giants and helped lead the Eagles to victory following a comeback from New York. He is 4-1 as a starter.

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