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#9 Nick Foles, QB - Doubtful Expected back Week 13
Chicago Bears
Height 6' 6"
Weight 243 lbs
Age 31
Birthdate January 20th 1989
College Arizona
Year 2012
Round 3   Pick 25
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Fantasy Analysis
Week 12 Projections
Foles is completely off the fantasy radar. He is beginning to severely hurt the status of WR1 Allen Robinson. Both of the Bears QB's are banged up and it is not clear who will start Sunday. Here's the simple solution - you are not starting either one in fantasy.

Season Projections
A colossal free-agent bust in Jacksonville last season, the 31-year-old Foles will battle Mitch Trubisky for a starting job in Chicago. Trubisky, the Bears' second overall pick in the 2017 draft, still hasn't put it all together. Foles is reunited with quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo, who tutored him during the Eagles' Super Bowl run (2017-18), and Foles is acquainted with Chicago head coach Matt Nagy's offense from their one season together in Kansas City (2016). Foles is a tall, immobile pocket passer with a quick release and usually very good accuracy, but he prefers short and intermediate throws rather than attacking defenses downfield. While the athletic Trubisky is far and away the better runner of the two, his struggles with accuracy are well known. If Foles can simply complete more passes and minimize turnovers, he'll likely start 2020 as the No. 1 guy under center with streaming value since the Bears have a decent collection of playmakers, which includes Allen Robinson, Anthony Miller and Tarik Cohen. If Trubisky earns the Week 1 starting nod, don't write off Foles. Trubisky is going to have to display dramatic improvement and consistency to hold onto the starting gig.

Passing: 1157 Yards, 7 TD, 5 INT.
Rushing: 21 Yards, 1 TD.

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- Doubtful Expected back Week 13
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