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The Linc - Have we seen enough to judge Foles?

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Inside the Eagles: Eagles have enough evidence to make decision on Nick Foles
Six starts should be enough. Even with all the injuries on offense, the deficiencies on defense, and the general malaise hanging over a team with a lame-duck coach, the Eagles should be able to make an honest evaluation on whether Nick Foles will be their starting quarterback next season.

Foles' late-game heroics fall short for Eagles
Nick Foles looked like he was going to lead another fourth-quarter comeback but failed to finish in the Eagles' 27-20 loss to the Redskins.

Eagles quarterback Nick Foles shows promise and weaknesses
Athletes often are defined more by their failures than their successes. That may be unfair, but it's just the way it is.

Iggles Blitz " Blog Archive " Top 5 Pick, Here We Come

Nick is tough, both mentally and physically. He is resilient. That's not enough at QB, but it is worth a lot. Blaine Gabbert is an athletic QB with terrific physical skills, but he is the opposite of Nick with the intangibles. All the ability in the world does you no good if you can't sit in the pocket, take a beating, and then get right back into the same spot on the next play without it overwhelming you.

McCoy doesn't miss a beat, already looking toward '13
LeSean McCoy wanted to play despite outsiders pleading he not, and he played well in his final home game of a season to forget for the Eagles.

Eagles fans bid adieu to home season and maybe Reid -
Tom Gearhart has parked his family's Eagles-green Ford E-350 - complete with interior stadium seats and matching Astroturf - in the same spot in Lot F of Lincoln Financial Field before every home

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