Roseman had traded Foles to St. Louis in 2015 in the Bradford deal, but he hadn’t forgotten the skill set that led to the Eagles drafting Foles in the third round of the 2012 draft. The Eagles GM also remembered Foles’ Pro Bowl season in 2013, when he threw 27 touchdown passes and just two interceptions. He grabbed Foles after the Chiefs declined his second-year option and released him. Now Foles is the feel-good story of the postseason.
The marvelous new documentary — directed by Ken Rodgers and produced by NFL Films — features the first televised conversation between the two legendary coaches since 1991. It premieres 9 p.m. ET Thursday on ESPN, delving into their long, tangled history and how they determined the fates of three NFL franchises over the past 20 years: the Patriots, Giants and Jets.
While comforting her kids after the loss, USA Today reported that Bündchen said, “Sometimes you have to let other people win. …We have to share. Sharing is caring.”
On Wednesday, she took to Twitter to defend herself.
Just to be clear. No one “let” anyone win. People win because of their own merit. Tired of people twisting my words to create drama that doesn’t exist!
“Just to be clear. No one ‘let’ anyone win,” Bündchen wrote. “People win because of their own merit. Tired of people twisting my words to create drama that doesn’t exist!”
Long wasn’t exactly sure what he was getting when Foles arrived at Westlake. Foles was already 6-4 and 220 pounds, which is ideal size for an NFL quarterback, let alone at QB in the high school ranks.
The Raiders are close. Well, when quarterback Derek Carr is fully healthy, they’re very close. A few years ago, the team’s holes were severe and plentiful. Heading into 2017, those holes are few and far between, but one that stood out watching them up close twice in 2016 is the one at inside linebacker. Add Cunningham to Khalil Mack up front and 2016 first-rounder Karl Joseph in the back and this defense is nearly complete.
As an employee of the Houston Texans, I’ve offered this selection up to my friends at The Post, per usual. They came back with a caveat, though. If Tony Romo does indeed find his way to Houston, it’ll be Ramczyk.