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.
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. Along with the Raiders, the Vikings and Jaguars didn't have seven total touchdown passes through Week 9, either.
Foles became just the seventh player in NFL history to throw seven touchdown passes in one game and the second Eagles quarterback to do so joining Adrian Burk, who did so in 1954. Foles did it just 59 days after Peyton Manning did it to open the Broncos' 2013 season. Prior to Manning, the feat had not been accomplished in 44 year's dating back to Joe Kapp's performance against the Baltimore Colts in 1969.
Foles was just the third quarterback, along with Manning and Y.A. Tittle, to throw seven touchdown passes in a game without throwing a single interception. He became the first quarterback to throw seven touchdowns in three quarters and Foles only played one series in the fourth before being pulled from the game hoping to avoid injury.
What was an added bonus was Foles' accuracy on Sunday. He completed 78.5% of his passes but completed 80.0% of his passes of 15 yards or more down-field going for 256 yards and four touchdowns on such plays.
On "standard pressure" situations, Foles completed 17 of his 22 pass atempts for 357 yards and four touchdowns according to Elias Sports Bureau. Even more impressive was Foles' five-for-six passing , thanks to a Jason Avant drop, for 49 yards and three touchdowns against the blitz.
Simply put: we may never see a game like this from an Eagles quarterback again. It was truly a special game on Sunday and one that won't soon be forgotten.
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