Nick Foles’ book, “Believe It,” to debut on NYT best-seller list

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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has a Super Bowl MVP trophy and a spot on the New York Times’ best-seller list.

Foles’ autobiography “Believe It” is set to debut at No. 5 on the New York Times Hardcover, Nonfiction list on July 15, according to book publisher Tyndale House.

The book will also be on the best-seller lists of USA Today and Publisher’s Weekly.

“Believe It,” written with Joshua Cooley, tells Foles’ story of his career and the impact his faith has had in his life. It also touches on just how close Foles came to walking away from football before rejuvenating his career with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2016 and turning that into a Lombardi Trophy and Super Bowl MVP in relief of an injured Carson Wentz last season in Philadelphia.

21 responses to “Nick Foles’ book, “Believe It,” to debut on NYT best-seller list

  1. Anyone who believes Nick Foles did anything other than be interviewed by Joshua Cooley is an idiot.

  2. Moderately high draft pick, then coach gets fired.
    Presumed to be bad fit for new coach, goes out and drops 27/2
    New coach throws him away, he languishes in Football Hell and is forgotten about.
    Cut on TV. Considers retiring, lands somewhat mercy job with coach who drafted him.
    Comes back here to catch a paycheck. Stays ready to play. Comes in and wins 3 playoff games with 2 lights out performances. SB MVP.

    It matters that he’s only 29 in regards to the story being something worthy of writing about? How about you just don’t read it? When you’re 75, will you have had more to talk about than Foles’s 29 years?

  3. The list is being released the book has been for sale, based on the sales it’s debuting on the list at #5.

  4. It matters that he’s only 29 in regards to the story being something worthy of writing about? How about you just don’t read it? When you’re 75, will you have had more to talk about than Foles’s 29 years?

    I said I’m all for the underdog story. His football career has had some ups and downs and it does make for a good read. My point was that it’s kind of odd to have a 29-years old write an “autobiography”. By definition is supposed to be a story about someone’s life not a 6-year period of their life. It would be better served just calling it “Nick Foles, a life lesson through football”. And since I’m about half way to 75 maybe I will have something more important to offer. Who knows? I’m just not gonna write an autobiography about half of my life. And for the record I’m a big fan of what he did this past year. You don’t see that all the time

  5. This fan of the world-champion Philadelphia Eagles will always be grateful for Nick Foles. Most importantly he is a class act on and off the field, and he also played lights out when it mattered most.

  6. Youknowimright says:
    July 6, 2018 at 9:28 am
    Nick Foles, the qb of the luckiest sb win in the history of the NFL.

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    With every post your tears only add to his great victory.

  7. I love how you guys think you are winners bc the eagles won a sb…..hilarious….I truly enjoy trolling you people.

  8. His super bowl winning team is just that. They won fair and square. Congrats on the new book. I hope he makes millions from it.

  9. No, you are definitely a winner though for constantly posting the exact same troll comments on every article about the Eagles. You have clearly won in life.

  10. You love to hate me…..you don’t like me and I don’t care….see what I did there.

  11. I love Nick Foles. He was an extreme underdog who showed that he could win the big game. He outplayed Tom Brady and never got a handshake from the G.O.A.T. That deserves an autobiography!

  12. What Foles did had nothing to do with luck. He matched Brady play-for-play and did more to win. Foles was amazing.

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