EAGLES stand-in quarterback Nick Foles admitted he must play higher if Philadelphia are to achieve the Tremendous Bowl.
Philadelphia beat the Oakland Raiders 19-10 on Monday night time to safe the No 1 seed and home-field benefit within the NFC play-offs.
Foles, who took over as Eagles quarterback when Carson Wentz tore his ACL on December 10, accomplished simply 50 per cent of his passes for 163 yards.
The 28-year-old threw one landing go and one interception and will not characteristic in week 17 towards Dallas with the No 1 seed already wrapped up.
“I did not play ok,” Foles admitted.
“I’ve to play cleaner, (want) pinpoint accuracy and good selections on third downs.”
Eagles head coach Doug Pederson added: “It was gusty at instances and that made it a little bit harder.”
“It will most likely be Wednesday earlier than I make a closing choice on who play (towards Dallas).
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“Proper now with solely two quarterbacks, I might assume Foles has to play some.”
British operating again Jay Ajayi opened the scoring for the Eagles at Lincoln Monetary Discipline after a 17-yard landing reception from Foles.
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The Raiders hit back when Derek Carr found a wide open Amari Cooper for a 63-yard touchdown to level the scores at half-time.
After a field-goal apiece in the third quarter, Jake Elliott kicked a 48-yarder with 22 seconds left to put Philadelphia ahead.
Ronald Darby intercepted Carr’s pass with 54 seconds left, and four straight completions from Foles moved the Eagles into field goal range for Elliott to drill home.
Derek Barnett then picked up an Oakland fumble and returned it 23 yards to seal a tense win on Christmas Day.