Eagles’ Nick Foles Off to a Disastrous Start
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles enters halftime with some pretty disastrous stats in the tune of two fumbles, an interception, 139 yards and 12 of 24 completed passes. And, yes, the Eagles are scoreless at halftime with Jacksonville in the lead with 17 points.
Nick Foles lost fumbles on the Eagles' first two possessions (four dropbacks), matching his total from the 2013 season (363 dropbacks).
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 7, 2014
Half finally ends in Philly. 17-0 Jags. Nick Foles is living a nightmare.
— Around The NFL (@AroundTheNFL) September 7, 2014
Is it time to bring in Mark Sanchez to Foles’ rescue?
Should Chip Kelly start Mark Sanchez in the second half and see what happens? Or stay with Nick Foles for the rest of the game?
— Eagles Nation (@PHLEaglesNation) September 7, 2014
We shall see what happens soon enough. If Foles stays in, he’s got a huge mess to mop up in the second half.