Breaking Down How Nick Foles Would Fit the Offense as Michael Vick's Replacement

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Breaking Down How Nick Foles Would Fit the Offense as Michael Vick's Replacement
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When things are going poorly on offense, especially in the City of Brotherly Love, it's easy to point a finger at the quarterback. Surely, if the current signal-caller we have can't get it done, it's time for change.

But hold your horses. Vick may not be earning his lofty contract and is certainly not an elite player, but would benching him really fix the problems on offense?

In many ways, yes. Vick, like all non-elite quarterbacks, is a flawed player and has clear weaknesses to exploit. But in other ways, no. Behind a Swiss cheese offensive line, Vick, in many ways, is doing much better than he is given credit for.

But if he continues to struggle, Foles' time seems all but inevitable. Here is how Foles would fit into the Eagles offense and what to expect from him.

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