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Nick Foles is a guy that would be a good fit for Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
Having coached at USC, Carroll knows how to develop quarterbacks, and Arizona's Nick Foles would be a great new project.
At 6'5", 240-plus pounds, Foles has a strong arm, great accuracy and sees the field better than most. Although Foles isn't the most mobile of quarterbacks, he displays confidence in the pocket and has a keen awareness of the pass rush.
With the Wildcats, Foles had one reliable receiver in Juron Criner. With the Seahawks, he would have an abundance of targets in Golden Tate, Ben Obomanu, Sidney Rice and Doug Baldwin. In addition, Seattle has one of the NFL's more underrated tight ends in Zach Miller and a solid two-back system with Marshawn Lynch and Leon Washington.
Throw in a respectable defense that ranked No. 9 in yards allowed last season, and Foles would be able to dish the ball around, rely on a great ground game and develop under Carroll.
Not a bad situation by any means.