The Philadelphia Eagles offense has been rolling with quarterback Nick Foles leading the show, but there are plenty of questions moving forward involving what the team will do when Michael Vick is healthy enough to return to the line up.
As it appears, the Eagles will be comfortable sticking with Foles moving forward and head coach Chip Kelly made the decision pretty clear.
From Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer:
Chip Kelly didn’t say it directly, but he made it fairly clear that he’s sticking with Nick Foles as the starter “because it’s working.”
— Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) November 11, 2013
As soon as Foles was able to throw for seven touchdowns against the Oakland Raiders, it was all but certain that the team would not be able to turn back.
Foles has accuracy that Vick lacks and he has been able to gain the confidence of his teammates throughout the past few weeks.
It was only a matter of time until the Vick era was going to end in Philadelphia, but it looks like that time is finally here.