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What the Philadelphia Eagles should do with Nick Foles this offseason

There has been a lot of discussion regarding the topic – What the Philadelphia Eagles should do with QB Nick Foles. After not having such of a great game against the Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys, on week 16 and 17, Nick Foles has greatly improved for playoff games against the Falcons and Vikings. He held a passer rating of 100.1 against the Atlantic Falcons, and a rating of 141.1 against the Minnesota Vikings’ stout defense.

Of course this will draw interest in many teams, especially teams that are in need of a quarterback, like the Broncos, Cardinals, Browns, Vikings, Giants, Jets, and possibly Chargers, Redskins, Steelers, and Jaguars. What advantage should they get out of QB Nick Foles?

Well first off, they can use him to back up QB Carson Wentz next year because he is still held under contract throughout 2019. They can trade him to teams in need for positions the Eagles need like left tackle, wide receiver (to fill in for expected departure of Torrey Smith), linebacker, safety, tightend, runningback, defenive tackle, and maybe defensive end. They could also release him to open some more cap-room for the team.

In my opinion, I think the Eagles should keep QB Nick Foles to back up Carson Wentz next year, just in case Wentz isn’t performing the best of his skills. Otherwise, if Wentz is doing well, the Eagles should trade Foles before trade deadline for a wide receiver (unless they get an amazing one in free-agency or the draft). That’s just what I think they should do with him out of the variety of things they could possibly do.

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