Foles completed the game with 22 completions on 28 attempts for 406 yards with a franchise and NFL-record seven touchdown passes. Foles accomplished all of this in three quarters only having the ball for 15:56.
Why didn't he break the record? Well, they were up by 36 points.
Eagles head coach Chip Kelly sent Foles out for one drive to begin the fourth quarter but the offense went three-and-out and that was the last we saw of Foles. Kelly said after the game, "This isn't about records. This is about going out to get a win." But Kelly also added, "Nick [Foles] played really, really well today."
Just how well did Foles play? Foles became the 61st player in NFL history to complete a game with a perfect passer rating posting a 158.3. He entered the game with six touchdown passes this season and 12 career touchdown passes but threw seven in just three quarters. Foles completed the game with more touchdown passes than incompletions.
To put "seven touchdown passes" into perspective: the Raiders entered the game with seven total touchdown passes as a team - Foles matched that in one game, right in front of them.
After the game, Foles was trying to avoid the spotlight saying, "Honestly I'm just happy we got a win. Now we have to build on it." Even when asked if he took a moment to take it all in Foles was spreading out the glory to his teammates, in particular his offensive line, "It's a special moment for the organization and my teammates."
It truly was a special moment for everyone on the Eagles.
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