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Here is a good trivia question to ask at the next party you attend: Who led the Pac-12 conference in overall offense in 2011? Most sports fans will quickly answer, "Andrew Luck." But they would be wrong.
The correct answer is Nick Foles. If you don't believe me you can check out the stats yourself.
Foles could become the Eagles quarterback of the future. He demonstrated the strength of his arm in his first preseason game, when he threw two long touchdown passes.
If Michael Vick stays healthy this year, you clearly won't get much production out of Foles. But if Vick falters or is out with injuries, look for Foles to be next in line. Vick left both of the Eagles first two playoff games with an injury after just a few plays. I wouldn't be surprised to see Foles starting permanently for the Eagles by midseason next year or earlier.
In a keeper league, take him in one of the last two rounds if he is still on the board. In non-keeper leagues, another impressive performance in Week 3 makes him draftable as well.