College: Arizona | 7 years
Height: 6'6" | Weight: 243 lbs
Birth Date: 1/20/1989
Depth Chart: QB.1
2018 Bye Week: 9
Total Pts: 118
Avg Pts: 7.38
Rank: 37 QB
|Week 1||2||Nick Foles 117 passing yds (4 pts)|
Nick Foles 15 receiving yds (1 pts)
Nick Foles 1 interception thrown (-3 pts)
|Week 2||26||Nick Foles 334 passing yds (13 pts)|
Nick Foles 334 passing yds (5 pts)
Nick Foles 1 passing TD (10 pts)
. . . Nick Foles 2 yd TD pass to Nelson Agholor
Nick Foles 1 fumble lost (-2 pts)
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2||7||Nick Foles 270 passing yds (10 pts)|
Nick Foles 1 interception thrown (-3 pts)
|Playoff Week 3||58||Nick Foles 471 passing yds (18 pts)|
Nick Foles 471 passing yds (5 pts)
Nick Foles 4 passing TDs (40 pts)
. . . Nick Foles 37 yd TD pass to Darren Sproles
. . . Nick Foles 1 yd TD pass to Zach Ertz
. . . Nick Foles 83 yd TD pass to Nelson Agholor
. . . Nick Foles 23 yd TD pass to Zach Ertz
Nick Foles 1 fumble lost (-2 pts)
Nick Foles 1 interception thrown (-3 pts)
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles would "probably" be interested in playing for the New York Giants if they decide to move on from Eli Manning, according to one person with knowledge of Foles' thinking. Foles landing with the Giants would be less likely if the Eagles place the franchise tag on him, which is unlikely. The Jaguars are another team to watch out for, and there is mutual interest between them and Foles. After winning Super Bowl MVP two years ago and playing well as a starter again in 2018 when Carson Wentz was injured, Foles should earn a starting gig on the open market with several teams looking for a signal caller. While Foles has QB1 upside in the right matchups, his 2019 fantasy value will ultimately depend on where he winds up.
Free-agent QB Nick Foles (Eagles) is expected to 'keep tabs on' the New York Giants this offseason, according to NJ.com's Zack Rosenblatt. A source with knowledge of Foles' thinking said the former Super Bowl MVP would 'probably' be interested in starting for the Giants if they were to release QB Eli Manning.
Fantasy Spin: There are many pieces that must fall in order for Foles to the Giants to work out. It's a sensible destination, though, with Odell Beckham Jr. and Saquon Barkley leading one of the most talented offenses in the NFL. Foles could be the piece that makes them take a forward step. Were this signing to come to fruition, Foles would demand QB1 consideration given the pieces that would be around him.
Free-agent QB Nick Foles (Eagles) is not expected to return to the Philadelphia Eagles as the backup to Carson Wentz.
Fantasy Spin: Foles deserves a starting job. He won't want to play as a backup and make less money when there are teams willing to pay him to be their starter. He can be a part of the QB1 conversation if he lands in the right spot. Of course, when Wentz is healthy he too has QB1 appeal.
Free-agent QB Nick Foles (Eagles) has mutual interest in the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Fantasy Spin: That wouldn't be a bad landing spot for Foles, and he's a great story. However, his fantasy prowess is limited to a QB2 and matchup play.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles was a player that the Denver Broncos checked in on before they agreed to acquire Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco.
Fantasy Spin: Foles is expected to receive interest from multiple teams this offseason and should be a starting quarterback in 2019. He has played well over the last few seasons and could be a low-end No. 1 fantasy quarterback based on his situation. Flacco is expected to start for the Broncos and will be a No. 2 fantasy quarterback.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles will void the final year of his deal for $2 million after the Eagles exercised his $20 million option for 2019 on Tuesday, according to sources. Foles will now be a free agent unless the Eagles slap him with the franchise tag (around $25 million), which is unlikely. If the Eagles franchised Foles, they would then look to trade him. Carson Wentz is the QB of the future in Philly even if Foles won Super Bowl MVP last year and led the team to the playoffs with Wentz hurt again in 2018. The 30-year-old should receive a multi-year deal as a starter in what will be a weak QB market. He has QB1 upside, but we won't get a better idea of his 2019 fantasy value until he lands with a new team.
Updating a previous report, Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles declined his $20 million option by exercising a $2 million buyout and will become a free agent.
Fantasy Spin: Foles is still eligible to receive the $25 million franchise tag. It should be an interesting month-plus while Philadelphia's front office decides to go that route, but it seems a foregone conclusion he will be wearing a different jersey in 2019. John DeFilippo, who worked as Foles' position coach during the Philadelphia Eagles' ride to the Super Bowl last year, was hired last month as the Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive coordinator. It would not be a total shock to see the pair end up together this coming season.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles was notified the team will pick up his 2019 option on Tuesday, Feb. 5.
The Philadelphia Eagles notified quarterback Nick Foles on Tuesday that they will officially pick up his $20 million 2019 option, according to a source. Foles is now expected to opt out and become a free agent for $2 million, but the Eagles could also place the franchise tag on him and try to trade him. The most likely outcome is that Foles opts out within the next five days and becomes a free agent, where he will be in high demand in a weak QB market after earning Super Bowl MVP last year and leading the Eagles to the Divisional Round with Carson Wentz hurt this season. Foles should land a starting gig on the open market and will surely be in play in two-QB leagues, but his true value won't be determined until we know where he'll be playing in 2019.
The Philadelphia Eagles are likely bluffing on using the franchise tag on quarterback Nick Foles in 2019. They are expected to pick up his $20 million option for 2019, but the most likely outcome is that Foles then buys his freedom for $2 million and signs with another team. The Eagles have been clear that Carson Wentz is their franchise QB, so Foles will be playing for another team in 2019, but it's unlikely that he's franchised and then traded. He led an improbable Super Bowl run in 2017 and also helped Philly squeak into the playoffs in 2018. Foles has his strengths and weaknesses and has QB1 upside, but his fantasy value for 2019 will depend on which team he's playing for.
The Philadelphia Eagles are expected to pick up quarterback Nick Foles' $20 million option for the 2019 season, according to sources. Foles can then buy out his option for $2 million and become a free agent, but the Eagles could also place the franchise tag on him and attempt to trade him for a draft pick. In a weak QB market, Foles is likely to be playing elsewhere (and likely starting) for another team after leading the Eagles to an improbable Super Bowl championship last year and a playoff berth in 2018 with Carson Wentz injured. Foles' 2019 fantasy value will be determined by where he's playing, but he'll probably be more of a QB2 with QB1 upside based on matchups.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles might be traded this offseason, and the Oakland Raiders are a potential fit, in the opinion of 94WIP Radio's Elliott Shorr-Parks. New general manager Mike Mayock has already said Nick Foles is a franchise quarterback, although Derek Carr is in the midst of a five-year, $125 million contract.
Fantasy Spin: This is purely conjecture at this point, but Mayock has talked up Foles. It's hard to believe, though, that the Raiders would give up on Carr with his big contract despite a rough season. For now, it's status quo in Oakland. Carr is only a backup fantasy quarterback.
Updating a previous report, Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles is expected to be involved in trade talks after the Eagles pick up his $20 million option.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles' $20 million option for 2019 is expected to be picked up by the Eagles this offseason, according to sources.
Fantasy Spin: It appears like Foles probably will be traded this offseason, and he should receive interest from several teams. He has played well over the last two seasons but probably will only be a No. 2 fantasy quarterback next season if he is a starter.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles is likely to part ways with the team this offseason, and some current teammates are concerned about some of his potential landing spots. 'I would hate to see him with the Giants just because I hate playing my friends, and if I end up back in Philly I'd have to play him twice a year,' Eagles DE Chris Long told NJ Advance Media. 'But I think whoever gets him is going to be very lucky. He's a leader. He's a franchise-type quarterback. The tough thing is we have another franchise quarterback, a guy who is homegrown and is going to be a great player for a long time to come.'
Fantasy Spin: Foles landing with the Giants certainly would stir things up even more in the NFC East, but the Giants seem more likely to draft Eli Manning's successor at this point. Stay tuned, though ...
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles is expected to be released this offseason as there is not enough salary cap space for a franchise tag or a trade. Foles carries a cap hit of over $20 million. If Foles is released, the Eagles would be compensated with a third-round draft pick in 2020.
Fantasy Spin: Foles would easily be the most wanted quarterback this offseason if Philadelphia does let him go. Assuming he starts, he'll be a borderline QB1 given his successes when given the opportunities. While playing in 13 games in 2013, he threw for nearly 3,000 yards and 27 touchdowns and has played consistently in recent years.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles would be eligible to be franchise or transition tagged and then traded if the team decides not to pick up his option, which ESPN's Chris Mortensen believes is a possibility as doing so would allow the Eagles to influence Foles' destination.
Fantasy Spin: Mortensen indicates such a move would prevent Foles from going to a division rival, but it's all speculation at this point. While it's far from a sure thing, Foles could have some fantasy value in the right situation.
Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco and Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles could receive interest from the Denver Broncos this offseason, in the opinion of 9News.com's Mike Klis.
Fantasy Spin: Flacco and Foles likely will receive interest from multiple teams, so it is not known if the Broncos will be able to add one of them. The Broncos probably will bring in another quarterback to compete with Case Keenum for the starting job next season. Owners should consider the Broncos starting quarterback as a No. 2 fantasy option next season.
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles might have played his last game with the Eagles, and the first key date in that process arrives Feb. 10 -- one month before the start of the new league year -- when the Eagles must decide if they're going to pick up Foles' $20 million contract option for 2019. If so, Foles has five days to decide if he wants to void the option.
Fantasy Spin: If Foles voids his option, he can't be traded so expect the two sides to work out a mutual agreement -- perhaps a contract extension -- and then Philly trades Foles to a team which has been won over by Foles' performance the last two seasons. Stay tuned ...
Philadelphia Eagles QB Nick Foles is expected to be of interest to the Jacksonville Jaguars this offseason. Jaguars new offensive coordinator John DeFilippo is already familiar and connected with Foles as he served as the Eagles offensive coordinator from 2016 to 2017.
Fantasy Spin: Foles to the Jaguars would make a lot of sense with Blake Bortles not cutting it, Foles deserving a starting gig and the DeFilippo connection. As for fantasy purposes, it would be safer to draft Foles as a QB2 if he did land in Jacksonville or elsewhere, although he does have a QB1 ceiling.