PHILADELPHIA — Eagles quarter back Nick Foles had xrays taken post game after having a vicious hit to his midsection in the closing minutes of Sunday’s win against the Houston Texans, however, said he is healthy enough to play with in the regular season finale against the Washington Redskins if you need to.

“I’m wonderful. Feel amazing,” Foles said when asked the way a x rays proved.

Texans pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney delivered a blow with his helmet Foles’ chest area onto a third-and-10 play deep in Eagles territory with under two minutes remaining. Foles completed the pass to Alshon Jeffery, however, remained to the bottom in pain for several moments.

The audience urged him to get up using”Foles” chants, and he eventually didn’t wild cheers. Nate Sudfeld substituted Foles at the lineup for one play before Foles reunite .

“This was a terrific hit. He received an excellent one on me,” Foles explained. “Trainers got available, I had been able to receive my breath . My rib’s only a little sore but in all, I feel great”

Foles went on to lead the Eagles down the field, setting up Jake Elliott‘s game-winning 35-yard field goal as time expired. He’s now 2-0 since replacement Carson Wentz at the lineup.

Wentz is dealing with a stress fracture in his back. The team have not mastered Wentz outside for this season, leaving some doubt concerning that can direct the team the rest of the way.

The Eagles have to secure their finale at the Redskins to have a shot at making the play offs. Foles said he’ll be ready if you need to.

“That’s up to coach [Doug Pederson]. I’ll let him talk everything,” he explained. “Physically, I feel great”

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