If the Philadelphia Eagles want to give Nick Foles the opportunity to make them advance in the Playoffs, it’s time to really take advantage of what is one of the best ground attacks in the NFL.
And they will have to do it against an Atlanta Falcons whose defense, without making much noise, is one of the most efficient and disciplined in the league.
Since the Eagles lost Carson Wentz in Week 13, the impact of their running attack was down, which may seem incoherent when a sudden change in quarterback position occurs.

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