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Old 02-11-2013, 11:03 PM  
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Article: Chiefs Most Likely Landing Spot for Foles

Now that Vick has re-signed with Philly, it makes sense that this stuff would start coming out given the Reid/Foles connection.

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Chiefs a logical landing spot if Nick Foles is dealt

By Dan Hanzus
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Published: Feb. 11, 2013 at 08:12 p.m. Updated: Feb. 12, 2013 at 12:06 a.m.

Chip Kelly said Monday it was his "hope" the Philadelphia Eagles will have both Michael Vick and Nick Foles on the roster come Week 1.

Kelly called it an "open competition" at quarterback and stressed that Foles was kept in the loop on the Eagles' thinking in restructuring Vick's deal. It certainly doesn't sound like the Eagles are about to ship Foles out of town.

That said, Kelly didn't rule out a possible trade. Around The League checked in with NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah, who served as the Eagles' west coast scout from 2010-12. Jeremiah doesn't know the Eagles' internal thinking on the matter, but he pointed to the Kansas City Chiefs as a potential trade fit.

The logic is simple: Andy Reid took over as head coach of the Chiefs last month after 14 seasons in Philadelphia. His staff includes Doug Pederson, the former Eagles' quarterbacks coach who now serves as the Chiefs' offensive coordinator. Foles' skill-set is ideally suited for the West Coast offense, and he spent his rookie season learning the Reid playbook in Philadelphia.

"I know both Andy Reid and Doug Pederson were very high on Nick Foles and his future," Jeremiah said. "They were huge supporters through the entire process and believe in him greatly.

"I would think they would explore that opportunity if it presented itself."

Reid and Pederson love Foles' size and accuracy, two traits they covet at the position. And while we don't imagine the Eagles would bend over backwards to help Reid, it certainly helps that the divorce between coach and team was largely amicable. That Reid now operates in a different conference doesn't hurt, either.

Kelly said Monday that every NFL team needs two quarterbacks. There's logic to that, especially when Vick is one of them. But if Reid wanted Foles enough, the Eagles would have to at least listen.

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Old 02-12-2013, 08:53 AM   #61
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iow Foles puts Geno at 1 in jeopardy.
No, it doesn't.

Stop whining.
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:28 AM   #62
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Kelly's offense doesn't fit the NFL. It's going to have to change.

Which basically puts every available option on the table.

Foles is as good an option as any right now.
This.
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:38 AM   #63
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The Chiefs are going to sign a QB and draft one. What vet QB would be alright with you?
I'm hoping the Tits outright cut Hasselbeck rather than mess around with extending him.

Hasselbeck would be perfect for Geno.

If he's not available, then just draft another guy.
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:44 AM   #64
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No, it doesn't.

Stop whining.
I'm not saying that, that is the fear I think Geno fans have.
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:45 AM   #65
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I'm hoping the Tits outright cut Hasselbeck rather than mess around with extending him.

Hasselbeck would be perfect for Geno.

If he's not available, then just draft another guy.
Pretty much where I'm at.

I'd rather draft an unknown in the 4th than give up a 3rd for an unknown like Foles.
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:45 AM   #66
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I'm not saying that, that is the fear I think Geno fans have.
No, it most certainly isn't.
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I'd give up a 7th rounder for Matt Flynn as long as we drafted Geno at 1.
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I'd give up a 7th rounder for Matt Flynn as long as we drafted Geno at 1.
A 7th? Sure.

A 3rd? No ****ing way.
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Foles is garbage. Utter garbage.

Stay away from that shitshow.
Dude threw 345+ yards twice and had a completion % over 60 in 5 of his 7 games while he worked with jack shit because his team was injured.

Wouldn't really consider that garbage.
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Foles is not garbage. This is not Matt Cassel 2.0. If you could get Foles for a anything less than a first I'd say take it. The kid's got a gun and if Reid wants him it's because he's already had the kid for a year and he thinks he's got 'it'.

IF we don't draft a QB in round one, I'd say Foles and maybe Nassib or Dysert in round 2 or 3 would be the next best option. I'd take Foles over Alex Smith, I certainly would.

This is not a 'backup'. This is not a starter that lost his job due to poor play. This is a kid who, as a rookie, played quite well on an absolute disaster of a team.
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Foles is not garbage. This is not Matt Cassel 2.0. If you could get Foles for a anything less than a first I'd say take it. The kid's got a gun and if Reid wants him it's because he's already had the kid for a year and he thinks he's got 'it'.

IF we don't draft a QB in round one, I'd say Foles and maybe Nassib or Dysert in round 2 or 3 would be the next best option. I'd take Foles over Alex Smith, I certainly would.

This is not a 'backup'. This is not a starter that lost his job due to poor play. This is a kid who, as a rookie, played quite well on an absolute disaster of a team.
Great post.
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At this point a relevant question would be given what we'd have to give up.

Would I rather have Nick Foles or...

Mike Glennon, Zac Dysert, Landry Jones, EJ Manuel, Tyler Bray, Matt Flynn or Alex Smith.

For me I'd take Foles over Flynn, Smith, Dysert.

The rest for me it's a push. None of the above options get you all that fired up.
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If we trade for Foles......say goodbye to drafting a QB in the first 3 rounds.
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What makes anyone think Philly is going to do anything but keep him?
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Foles is not garbage. This is not Matt Cassel 2.0. If you could get Foles for a anything less than a first I'd say take it. The kid's got a gun and if Reid wants him it's because he's already had the kid for a year and he thinks he's got 'it'.

IF we don't draft a QB in round one, I'd say Foles and maybe Nassib or Dysert in round 2 or 3 would be the next best option. I'd take Foles over Alex Smith, I certainly would.

This is not a 'backup'. This is not a starter that lost his job due to poor play. This is a kid who, as a rookie, played quite well on an absolute disaster of a team.
I agree with almost all of this other than the compensation. I'm not giving up anything more than a 4th for Foles.

You could literally get someone just like him in the 3rd round this year.
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