Foles took a hit to his throwing arm after a strip sack from Patriots defensive lineman Adrian Clayborn during the second quarter.
The Patriots will find ways to get the ball in Patterson's hands this season and I'm excited to see what he can do. With so many positive signs to choose from against the Eagles, this week's Samsonite Make Your Case question asks: Which newcomer stood out the most in the win over the Eagles? "But, I have a lot of respect for Nick and Carson (Wentz), all those quarterbacks, and that team and the way they played. Hopefully, there are no issues".
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"It wasn't good enough; I have to be better", Foles said. But as past year demonstrated, football hardly ever goes according to plan. "So you know, I was with the trainers, we'll - I'll go in tomorrow and get treatment on it and sort of go from there".
The Eagles (0-2) had five penalties for 50 yards in the first quarter, including two for lowering the head to initiate contact and one for hitting a defenceless receiver, and 97 penalty yards in all. Hoyer generally struggled, though, going 5-for-13 for 32 yards and a touchdown.
Unfortunately for all involved, barring another Super Bowl showdown, Thursday was the last time the Patriots and Eagles will play until 2019. The Pats also sacked Eagles quarterbacks eight times. New England's other first-round pick, No. 31 overall selection running back Sony Michel, has not played because of a procedure on his knee. The NFL Network tweeted a video of Jenkins coming out for warmups wearing a shirt that said, "YOU AREN'T LISTENING".