12. Nick Foles, Eagles
I don’t believe Foles will be duplicating his 29 TD, 2-interception performance from last season. But I also don’t believe it was a complete fluke, and neither do I think his dazzling stats were merely the result of being dropped into Chip Kelly’s system. Foles had a league-best 119.2 QB rating and went from backup QB to Pro Bowl MVP. That doesn’t just happen. He’ll likely take a step back this season statistically – he almost has to – but Foles will keep climbing. For now, he’s on the outside of the Top 10 looking in. (Rob Carr/Getty Photo)
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