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Disgruntled Nick Foles skips OTAs (ORIG POST: 6/1/2016)

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9 hours ago, Saturn1 said:

Wonder what this genius thinks about Foles now? 

it has not changed 

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On 5/18/2018 at 9:45 AM, NE.Jon said:

 

I think there is only 2 QBs to have both Probowl MVP and SUperbowl MVP   WHich would be Peyton and Nick  :D

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Phila Chump is worse than RTK. At least RTK acknowledges that Foles achieved something.

Chump still thinks 11 games in 2013 and every playoff game in Foles career, and the DC game in 2014, and his 100+ rating in KC, and his 3 fantastic division wins as a Rams are all flukes.

 

But his games in Green Bay and Cincy as a Ram, his game in SF in 2014, his first game vs Dallas in 2013, and his fake game in week 17 before he won the SB MVP... those define him!

The guy is a lunatic.

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On 5/18/2018 at 12:04 PM, Phila.:chip said:

LOL, Foles has two great performances and now his 2014 and 2015 seasons never happened. Yeah, you knew he had it in him all along. LOL, please go somewhere with this nonsense. Okay, let me guess, it was the QB killer Jeff Fisher that was the problem, so does that mean that it was Doug Pederson who was solution...and not Nick Foles, or was it that Nick Foles was not the same flawed quarterback that was traded, benched, and then cut after one season ?

You guessed correctly. Keenum and Goff also had problems with Fisher. Both Doug Pederson and Nick Foles were solution. Pederson actually tailored offense to Foles' strengths, so Foles had chance to be good player he was destined to be. If Eagles didn't have Foles and had Chase Daniel instead, they don't even come close to Super Bowl, let alone winning it. 

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On 5/19/2018 at 1:49 PM, skippyx said:

Phila Chump is worse than RTK. At least RTK acknowledges that Foles achieved something.

Chump still thinks 11 games in 2013 and every playoff game in Foles career, and the DC game in 2014, and his 100+ rating in KC, and his 3 fantastic division wins as a Rams are all flukes.

 

But his games in Green Bay and Cincy as a Ram, his game in SF in 2014, his first game vs Dallas in 2013, and his fake game in week 17 before he won the SB MVP... those define him!

The guy is a lunatic.

it would not surprise me if Phila dip was RTK ..... Same for Rtarter and o00 moron 00o

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On 5/21/2018 at 2:14 PM, gameshowfan91 said:

You guessed correctly. Keenum and Goff also had problems with Fisher. Both Doug Pederson and Nick Foles were solution. Pederson actually tailored offense to Foles' strengths, so Foles had chance to be good player he was destined to be. If Eagles didn't have Foles and had Chase Daniel instead, they don't even come close to Super Bowl, let alone winning it. 

You can’t have it both ways. Either Foles’ failures and his success are due to the system/coach, or his failures and his success are due to his own deficiencies and his elimination of those deficiencies. Looking at his pocket presence and the way he threw the ball during the postseason, in my opinion, it’s clearly the later.

Foles was horrible in St. Louis. That’s a fact. You can’t blame everything in Fisher. He went for a long stretch without throwing for 200 yards, and got benched. It’s one thing if he put up some decent stats and the Rams still put up a losing season, but he was totally ineffective. And the original post is that he was disgruntled...after his dismal performance in 2015. Really, what business did he have—at that point in time—in being disgruntled about anything?  He was a quarterback that was benched for a Case Keemun... who is still a POS quarterback. 

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2 hours ago, Phila.:chip said:

You can’t have it both ways. Either Foles’ failures and his success are due to the system/coach, or his failures and his success are due to his own deficiencies and his elimination of those deficiencies. Looking at his pocket presence and the way he threw the ball during the postseason, in my opinion, it’s clearly the later.

Foles was horrible in St. Louis. That’s a fact. You can’t blame everything in Fisher. He went for a long stretch without throwing for 200 yards, and got benched. It’s one thing if he put up some decent stats and the Rams still put up a losing season, but he was totally ineffective. And the original post is that he was disgruntled...after his dismal performance in 2015. Really, what business did he have—at that point in time—in being disgruntled about anything?  He was a quarterback that was benched for a Case Keemun... who is still a POS quarterback. 

Which Ram QB did good for the Fischer led Rams? And how did those same guys(not just Foles, all of them) do when not a part of the Fischer Rams?

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On ‎5‎/‎18‎/‎2018 at 10:05 PM, Saturn1 said:

Wonder what this genius thinks about Foles now? 

Who cares??!

Don't feed the trolls . . . or the idiots!

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9 hours ago, Phila.:chip said:

You can’t have it both ways. Either Foles’ failures and his success are due to the system/coach, or his failures and his success are due to his own deficiencies and his elimination of those deficiencies. Looking at his pocket presence and the way he threw the ball during the postseason, in my opinion, it’s clearly the later.

Foles was horrible in St. Louis. That’s a fact. You can’t blame everything in Fisher. He went for a long stretch without throwing for 200 yards, and got benched. It’s one thing if he put up some decent stats and the Rams still put up a losing season, but he was totally ineffective. And the original post is that he was disgruntled...after his dismal performance in 2015. Really, what business did he have—at that point in time—in being disgruntled about anything?  He was a quarterback that was benched for a Case Keemun... who is still a POS quarterback. 

Foles threw for 186 yards a game in a crap offense.

Keenum took over and threw for 138 yards per game in the same offense.

Foles was only disgruntled because they were taking their time and ruining his options of landing with another team. They did not want him since they had cheap Keenum and #1 overall pick Goff. They had no place for him and did not have the honor or decentcy to cut him before free agency started. The Rams and Foles all knew he was getting cut.

How can you go through life being this clueless on so many things?

  • You had no idea about the 2016 Rams off-season QB dynamic
  • You have no idea how free agency works
  • You insist that a Steve Young in Tampa situation is important.

What do these QBs have in common?

  • Steve Young
  • Nick Foles
  • Jim Plunkett
  • Doug Williams
  • Len Dawson
  • Roger Staubach
  • Terry Bradshaw
  • Troy Aikman

They are all Super Bowl MVP QBs who were fired (cut, traded, or not resigned) or benched before they won a SB MVP. (8 of 21 total)

Nobody who matters cares that they struggled and only the truly moronic think those struggles matter compared to their achievements.

 

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On 5/25/2018 at 11:23 AM, skippyx said:

Foles threw for 186 yards a game in a crap offense.

Keenum took over and threw for 138 yards per game in the same offense.

Foles was only disgruntled because they were taking their time and ruining his options of landing with another team. They did not want him since they had cheap Keenum and #1 overall pick Goff. They had no place for him and did not have the honor or decentcy to cut him before free agency started. The Rams and Foles all knew he was getting cut.

How can you go through life being this clueless on so many things?

  • You had no idea about the 2016 Rams off-season QB dynamic
  • You have no idea how free agency works
  • You insist that a Steve Young in Tampa situation is important.

What do these QBs have in common?

  • Steve Young
  • Nick Foles
  • Jim Plunkett
  • Doug Williams
  • Len Dawson
  • Roger Staubach
  • Terry Bradshaw
  • Troy Aikman

They are all Super Bowl MVP QBs who were fired (cut, traded, or not resigned) or benched before they won a SB MVP. (8 of 21 total)

Nobody who matters cares that they struggled and only the truly moronic think those struggles matter compared to their achievements.

 

Troy Aikman...?

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1 hour ago, Havenless said:

Troy Aikman...?

He was a healthy scratch in a playoff game.

Walsh was drafted #1 supplemental from Jimmy Johnson's old school and then Beuerlein was the 'hot hand'

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Maybe he sat out because the Rams were a dumpster fire and he felt slighted from being traded there by a guy who couldnt see NFL talent if it smacked him in the face. This was done in exchange for Sam Bradford and a second round pick. 

Heck if I was a future SB MVP QB and GOAT conqueror I would sit out too.

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On 6/1/2016 at 4:50 PM, MR-CYN said:

So much hate for a guy with an Eagle's jersey in the HOF.

 

It was great when he made all you trolls disappear for a year. Now that was funny. Good times.

 

On 6/1/2016 at 5:11 PM, Phila.:chip said:

LOL, it's amazing that there are Foles-lovers in here that will still defend him to this day. The guy regresses in 2014. He gets benched in 2015, then he pulls a Bradford and his cult members are still going to bat for him.

Yeah I'm a Foles lover! Still defending him to this day. Although after bawling out of his mind in the Super Bowl to be MVP it's admittedly nowhere near as hard anymore. ?

 

:worthy: Foles

 

And if you're still in here bad mouthing the guy that brought your favorite NFL team it's first Super Bowl you don't deserve to enjoy what he did for the Eagles. FFS what the hell is wrong with people? :blink:

Get back under your rocks trolls, Foles is your Daddy. ?

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On 5/27/2018 at 8:02 AM, PhillyGreenMachine said:

Phila Chimp was wishing Foles would fail since 2013 when he replaced his man crush, Vick.

That seems to be the  heart of their hatred for the guy. He out played their boy in a system that they  (and every other clueless) sports follower said was not suited for the guy. To the tune of 27 TD's to 2 INT's.

And like then, he proved them wrong again this past season. When they all said he couldn't get the job done. Once  Carson went down.Once  again  he proved them wrong. By going out there and doing exactly what they said he  wouldn't be able to do. He not only did what they said he could't. He did it better than any QB who ever played in the post season  in the entire History of the NFL ever did. That just has to infuriate his haters all the more.  I love it when they have to eat big helpings of humble pie. Puts a big ole ? on my face. 

The sad thing is, no matter how well Nick played or continues to play in the future ( here or elsewhere) or the records he's set. Those  who have found a reason to hate him, will continue to do so.  That is their loss. 

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I also like how the OP jumped to conclusions on this one. Jeff Fisher told Foles to stay home because he wouldn't have the chance to compete

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On ‎6‎/‎1‎/‎2016 at 12:45 PM, Phila.:chip said:

LOL, and to think he used to be such a team player who was always much more concerned about the success of the team rather than his own. He was so unselfish; at least that's what many on here thought.

The Rams gave him a two year extension--when they didn't have to--worth 24.5 million dollars ( $13.8 of which is guaranteed ); he stinks it up. He gets benched, and then he has the nerve to sit at home and pout because the Rams drafted a quarterback.

It's amazing how wrong Foles-lovers were about Foles.

There's a certain former Eagles quarterback that didn't pout when he was benched,lol.

 

http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/15872475/los-angeles-rams-qb-nick-foles-skips-start-offseason-training-activities

:roll:

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On 8/30/2016 at 1:14 PM, vic92353 said:

Andy Reid better hope he never has to put Nick Foles in a game.  Especially if they are in the playoffs,  or a game trying to get there.   I sure wouldn't put my money on Mr. back peddle Foles.

So many laughs to be found.

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On 5/25/2018 at 1:23 AM, Phila.:chip said:

You can’t have it both ways. Either Foles’ failures and his success are due to the system/coach, or his failures and his success are due to his own deficiencies and his elimination of those deficiencies. Looking at his pocket presence and the way he threw the ball during the postseason, in my opinion, it’s clearly the later.

Foles was horrible in St. Louis. That’s a fact. You can’t blame everything in Fisher. He went for a long stretch without throwing for 200 yards, and got benched. It’s one thing if he put up some decent stats and the Rams still put up a losing season, but he was totally ineffective. And the original post is that he was disgruntled...after his dismal performance in 2015. Really, what business did he have—at that point in time—in being disgruntled about anything?  He was a quarterback that was benched for a Case Keemun... who is still a POS quarterback. 

The POS Keenum also flourished as soon as he was away from Fischer...hmmmmm...

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Riddle me this -

Why was Foles at his best coming in mid to late season in relief of a starter who went down.  Look it up:

2013 - off the charts after Vick goes down.

2016 - 2-0 after Alex Smith goes down

2017 - guides team to HFA, even if they win ugly.  3-0 in playoffs, SB MVP.

His two down years (not including rookie year) 2014 and 2015 - Foles was starter on opening day.

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21 minutes ago, Procus said:

Riddle me this -

Why was Foles at his best coming in mid to late season in relief of a starter who went down.  Look it up:

2013 - off the charts after Vick goes down.

2016 - 2-0 after Alex Smith goes down

2017 - guides team to HFA, even if they win ugly.  3-0 in playoffs, SB MVP.

His two down years (not including rookie year) 2014 and 2015 - Foles was starter on opening day.

2014- Led Eagles to a 6-2 record before getting injured; Mark Sanchez comes in and Eagles miss Playoffs. They likely make Playoffs if Foles didn't get injured.

2015- Jeff Fisher is a moron of a head coach. Foles, along with Keenum and Goff, proved that.

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