Big Dick Nick does it again

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Nick did well tonight. With a weak Oline and no running game, Nick kept his cool and made plays to help us win the game. Can’t ask for much more than that under the circumstances.

Also, the guy is high IQ - he is like having another coach on the field. He was seeing things that Nagy was missing. He was even teaching Nagy at one point in the game.

He is a refreshing change out of the QB position.
 

TL1961

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Nick did well tonight. With a weak Oline and no running game, Nick kept his cool and made plays to help us win the game. Can’t ask for much more than that under the circumstances.

Also, the guy is high IQ - he is like having another coach on the field. He was seeing things that Nagy was missing. He was even teaching Nagy at one point in the game.

He is a refreshing change out of the QB position.
Agreed. There was play or two where he made dumb decisions and I was surprised/disappointed, because decision making should be what sets him apart.

But for the most part, smart plays. a lot of poor throws early, but he got in a groove.
 
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After his Superbowl heroics, he needs some time to get that anaconda full. Luckily 670 the score has some blue chew at a discount with the promo code.
 

Chris Sojka

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What game were you watching? The player that sucked most of the game wasn't Foles. I'd say you could pick one or a couple of the OL and they'd be a prime candidate.

Foles was sacked three times and we ran for a whopping 35 yards on 14 carries (2.5 YPC). This team can't run to save it's life and Foles is doing all he can with the cutesy bullshit that Nagy gives him, but without a run game to supplement it, we're rowing with one paddle and going in circles most of the time.
replace Foles with any QB and you get the same shit. A bad o line and cutesy play calling. The difference on this board is likable. Mitch isn’t Liked in Chicago. Foles is. It’s why Foles or anybody else sees the blame shift away from the QB now.

We need to build an Oline for next year, and the next QB in next years draft So Nick can be protected and the heir apparent can be trained behind a competent o line.
 

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