LANDOVER, MD – Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles is back in record books.
He completed 25 consecutive passes against the Washington Redskins Sunday history of the NFL.
Foles almost reached a new high but could not connect with Nelson Agholor on a pass in the apartment in the third quarter. More Foles memorabilia will be directed to the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. He is already there when he threw seven touchdowns against Oakland in 2013 – just one of eight quarterbacks who did the trick. He also holds the record for the highest level of completion in the post-season history at 71.9.
Foles also has the second best touchdown intercept for a single season in NFL history (27 touchdowns, 2 interceptions in 201
Foles has a $ 1 million incentive when Philadelphia enters the postseason and plays 33 percent of the team's games. His bruised ribs, which prevented him from completing the game on Sunday, meant he played 32 percent of Eagles' games – 1 percent less than $ 1 million.