Nick Foles did just about everything last season.
In a breakout year, Foles led the NFL with a 119.2 quarterback rating, the third-best mark in NFL history, while his touchdown-to-interception ratio (27-2) was the best ever by an NFL quarterback.
He didn't start a game until Week 6 and he'll enter his third NFL season at 25 years old.
Can the Eagles' quarterback somehow duplicate his 2013 production?
"If he starts all 16 games, there's certainly the playmaking potential, the offense, the structure, the comfort for him to have that type of season," CSNPhilly.com's Geoff Mosher said on Comcast SportsNet's Friday edition of Philly Sports Talk.
“Stats? You know, whatever,” Foles said, per CSNPhilly.com's John Gonzalez (see story). “I like winning the game and having a good time with my teammates.
“Last year’s stats don’t mean anything.”
To hear more from Mosher and Gonzalez on Foles' 2014 season, watch the video above.
For Eagles Extra analyst Brian Baldinger's take, click here.