Ever since Nick Foles took over as quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles they have had a resurgence winning four out of the five games he has played in this season. As the Eagles enter Week 11 they find themselves in first place in the NFC East at 5-5 with division rival the Washington Redskins paying them a visit.This weekend’s game against the Washington Redskins is a crucial one for both teams. The Eagles are looking to solidify their place on top of the NFC east, while the Redskins are trying to get themselves out of the basement. However, as gameday draws near, ticket prices have fallen by 20% in the past week. Currently, Eagles tickets on the secondary market are averaging $153 for this game. Additionally, it is 10% lower than the Eagles season average of $170. There are plenty of tickets still available as over 150 still available for under $100 with a Get-in of $69.
The Redskins have had a difficult season with Robert Griffin III finally returning to form after shaking off the rust of not playing at all in the preseason after tearing his ACL in the playoffs last year. The ‘Skins come into this game desperate for a win as they look to keep their playoff hopes alive as they sit in last place in the division with a record of 3-6. On the other hand with a victory in this game the Eagles can start to pull away in the division, solidifying their first place ranking.
Foles has been playing brilliantly this season as he has thrown for 16 touchdowns without a single interception but is still looking to reaffirm the notion that he should be Philly’s starting quarterback.
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