Nick Foles is once again the Eagles’ starting quarterback.
Philadelphia coach Chip Kelly confirmed today that Foles will start Sunday’s game against the Raiders. Foles missed last week’s game with a concussion, but he was cleared to practice on Tuesday.
Foles has been an efficient passer this season, completing 52 of 90 passes for 622 yards, with six touchdowns, no interceptions and no fumbles. But he struggled in his last start, Week Seven against the Cowboys, and the Eagles will need him to make some big plays against the Raiders.
Matt Barkley is expected to back Foles up, and Michael Vick is expected to be inactive with a hamstring injury.