We have a great staff that works with him to create these game plans, and he does a great job of executing, when to call these things …“I just told him I was so proud of him and the way he played tonight,” Pederson said, when asked what he’d said to Foles on the sideline at the end.The attention to detail, they’re unbelievable.” His career has been way up and way down since then, Foles contemplating retirement after asking for and getting his release from the Rams early in 2016.“He’s been through so much that a lot of people don’t know about.The reason was simple: their quarterback was Nick Foles.In parsing the home team’s 38-7 NFC championship game dissection of the Minnesota Vikings and their No.1-ranked defense, it also would be prudent to give credit to the coaches who designed the offense and called the plays that left the Vikings flatfooted and mystified Sunday – head coach Doug Pederson, offensive coordinator Frank Reich, and quarterbacks coach John De Filippo.
You can here the audio here: (..starting about into the program)."WBZ-TV (Ch.John Hockenberry, (an alum from NPR and MSNBC) will host along with Adaora Udoji.The show will be syndicated out to other public radio stations through PRI.He’s been that way for two weeks, and it’s shown on the field.” “No one in the locker room doubted me,” Foles said.
We kept working, we kept getting more reps in practice …
Foles took the Eagles on a 12-play, 75 yards touchdown drive, on which he completed each of his four pass attempts.