LANDOVER, MD — Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles is in the record books yet again.

He completed 25 successive moves from the Washington Redskins Sunday, tying a marker shared by Philip Rivers along with Ryan Tannehill for most consecutive completions in NFL history.

Foles not quite established a new high, but was unable to attach to Nelson Agholor to get a pass at the flat from the third quarter. More Foles Tours will probably be heading into the Hall of Fame at Canton, Ohio. He’s already represented Therefor projecting seven touchdowns in a match versus Oakland at 2013 – only one of eight quarterbacks to have become the trick. He also holds the record for highest completion percentage in postseason history in 71.9.

Foles also has the second best touchdown to interception ratio for one season in NFL history (27 touchdows, 2 interceptions at 2013).

Foles later sustained a torso injury and was replaced by Nate Sudfeld in the fourth quarter. Foles was suspicious to return.

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