Philadelphia Eagles: Nick Foles wins an ESPY
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles won an ESPY on Wednesday night!
It really feels like the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has never had a low point in his career. Ever since his miraculous 27 and two season years ago, Foles has never quite lived up to his expecatations. That was until his incredible 2017-2018 playoff run. Ever since Nick Foles was crowned as the Super Bowl MVP, he just can’t stop winning.
Let’s take a quick look back at his accomplishments. During his memorable 2013 season, Foles made the NFL Pro Bowl where he was named the MVP of the game. Since then, Foles struggled tremendously to remain relevant, and it felt like he was nothing more than a one-hit wonder. But everything changed when Foles returned back to the Eagles as a backup in 2017.
We all know the story; Carson Wentz goes down, and Foles comes in as the reliever who would struggle to finish the season. Once the Eagles get named the underdogs, Foles turns his game up a few notches and puts together one of the best playoff stretches by a quarterback in NFL history. Along with that playoff stretch, Foles put on a show in Minnesota last February.
Foles for the win:
While the rest of the football world expected Foles to roll over in Super Bowl LII, he exceeded expectations. And after his 373-yard, three touchdown showing on football’s biggest stage, Foles would be named the MVP of the Super Bowl. He would then be nominated for an ESPY in the “Best Championship Performance” category. And as expected, Foles won once again.
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How crazy is it to know that this guy will be a backup once again next season? No matter what happens beyond this offseason, though, we all know that Foles has made himself an Eagles legend in Philadelphia until the end of time.