NICK FOLES – Since winning the starting job from an injured Michael Vick in week 9, second-year Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has been the highlight of the Eagles offense. Foles’ year has been filled with team success and personal accolades. Despite starting just 9 games, he finished the regular-season as the NFL’s top-rated passer, with a 118.3 rating. If that stat isn’t enough, this year Foles made NFL history as the first quarterback to post a 27-2 touchdown/interception ratio. That’s pretty insane for a guy who has only been in the league for two years. Foles is just a great quarterback – he makes good decisions and rarely puts the ball in danger. Foles is mentally tough, he understands the game and if he makes a mistake? He learns from it. To top it all off, Foles throws for over 400 yards on a good day and over 200 on a bad one. That sounds like a franchise quarterback to me.