Eagles’ Doug Pederson on Nick Foles’ Thursday efficiency: ‘I am achieved, I’ve seen sufficient’ | NFL

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Eagles head coach Doug Pederson determined to not deliver quarterback Nick Foles in for the second half Thursday in opposition to the Browns and was blunt when addressing the transfer to Fox Sports activities reporter Erin Andrews.

“I am achieved,” he instructed Fox. “I’ve seen sufficient.”

Foles, who suffered a shoulder harm in opposition to the Patriots in final week’s preseason recreation, went 13 of 17 for 127 yards within the first half Thursday, however he threw two interceptions, together with one contained in the five-yard line, and fumbled as effectively.

Pederson could not put his finger on what was fallacious with Foles, precisely.

“It’s extremely disappointing,” he instructed Fox. “He was calm earlier than this recreation, I believed he’d settle in, not the case.”

Whereas Foles had a significantly better completion proportion Thursday, he did wrestle discovering his receivers final week in opposition to the Patriots. He went three for 9 in that recreation for 44 yards giving him two lower than good performances to date this preseason.

Carson Wentz nonetheless has not seen the sector for Philadelphia through the preseason as he recovers fro a 2017 knee harm.

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