10 things you probably didn't know about Nick Foles
Nick Foles has the sixth-highest passer rating in NFL postseason history (102.7) among quarterbacks with 50 or more career pass attempts.
He trails only Tony Eason (115.6), Jeff Hostetler (112.0), Pat Ryan (106.7), Bart Starr (104.8) and Kurt Warner (102.8).
Among active QBs, only Foles and Drew Brees (100.7) are over 100.
Foles has the highest postseason completion percentage in NFL history (73.0 percent) among quarterbacks who've thrown at least 50 passes.
Only Matt Schaub (70.8) and Erik Kramer (70.0) are also over 70 percent.
Next-highest among active QBs are Schaub, Matt Ryan (67.5 percent) and Brees (66.0 percent).
Foles has won 10 consecutive regular-season starts at the Linc in which he's played more than a quarter. His last regular-season home loss at the Linc came on Oct. 20, 2013 against the Cowboys.
His last loss at the Linc in any game was the 2013 playoff defeat to the Saints.
Foles is the only quarterback in NFL history to record a passer rating over 100 in each of his first two career postseason starts. Foles had a 105.0 rating in his 2013 start against the Saints and a 100.1 rating on Saturday.
Foles has thrown the third-most passes in NFL postseason history without an interception. Foles has thrown 63 passes in his two playoff starts. Only Jeff Hostetler (115 passes) and Tony Eason (72) have thrown more.
Among active QBs, Kirk Cousins has the next-most postseason passes without an INT at 56.
Foles has a regular-season ratio of 2.09 interceptions every 100 passes, which is 10th-best in NFL history and better than every quarterback in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Foles has had three separate seasons with an INT ratio under 2.0. Only 11 quarterbacks in NFL history have had more.
Foles has had 13 career games completing 65 percent of his passes with no interceptions (minimum of 20 attempts). Only nine quarterbacks in NFL history have had more such games within the first 50 games of their career. Among them are Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Kurt Warner, Russell Wilson and Matt Ryan.
Foles' 76.7 completion percentage Saturday was 10th-highest in NFL postseason history by a QB throwing at least 30 passes. Only Kurt Warner, Joe Montana, Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees have been more accurate in a playoff game without throwing an interception.
Foles is only the third quarterback in NFL history with consecutive postseason games completing 69 percent of his passes with no interceptions and a minimum of 30 attempts. The others are Troy Aikman and Matt Ryan, whose streak ended Saturday against the Eagles.
Foles' 76.7 completion percentage against the Falcons is best in Eagles postseason history, breaking the franchise record of 72.7 percent by Donovan McNabb against the Buccaneers in a 2000 wild-card game.
Foles also has the No. 3 mark in Eagles history at 69.7 against the Saints in 2013.