Nick Foles is living right.
The Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback was coming off a seven-touchdown game against Oakland, and hadn't thrown an interception all season going into Philadelphia's game against Green Bay on Sunday. He probably deserved an interception in the first quarter, but Foles is running so hot that what should have been a mistake turned into a touchdown.
Foles threw deep to DeSean Jackson, and the pass was a bit underthrown. Two Packers defensive backs had it, but both went up for it. It bounced off their hands and landed softly with Jackson, who walked in for the score and an early Eagles lead.
So even when Foles throws a bad pass these days, it turns into a score.
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