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Analysis: Nick Foles’ 13 TD and 0 INT are absolutely legitimate. Even when you try to discount his 7 TD performance against the porous Raiders defense you can’t deny his 6 TD and 0 INT in his other starts. He faces the Packers 19th ranked D in week 10 and should be able to pick them apart the same they let Josh McCown do in week 9. Not only is Foles putting up prolific numbers, but he is doing so efficiently. In his week 9 performance he only threw the ball 28 times compared to 24 rushes for a balanced attack. And the most he’s thrown the ball is 31 times which is toward the bottom of the league average. With Shady McCoy an option in the backfield, flat defenses can’t just sit back. Look to Foles as a near #1 down the stretch.