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Adam Rifkin stashed this in Football
Nick Foles has a 19:0 TD:INT ratio on the year, which isn’t bad (although he did have a pick called back thanks to a penalty Sunday). His 9.1 YPA and 125.2 QB Rating both lead the NFL. And he’s not a horrible runner on those read options. Foles has thrown 13 TD passes while getting 11.0 YPA over his last four games, also adding 29.3 rushing yards per game with a score over that stretch. He’s been a fantasy monster…Carson Palmer has thrown 11 touchdowns over the past five contests, which is three more than he had over the first seven games of the season. Aside from the team’s Week 1 game in St. Louis, Arizona’s only losses this year have been @New Orleans, @San Francisco, at home versus Seattle and now @Philadelphia, with wins coming against Detroit, @Tampa Bay, Carolina and blowing out Indy. In other words, this team is a legitimate playoff threat. The No. 6 seed in the NFC will likely come down to the SF@Arizona game in Week 17, although there’s a chance it’s moot based on the 49ers winning the tie-breaker…It’s hard to argue with what Chip Kelly has done during his first year in the NFL, but I wasn’t a fan of him bringing inBrad Smith to run the Wild Cat randomly midway through the second quarter with the team driving and on first and goal. Smith promptly fumbled the shotgun snap, losing yards that led to the drive stalling and resulting in just a field goal (and if you must run that play there, why not use Michael Vick?)…After recording zero sacks over his first six games with the Cardinals, John Abrahamhas eight over his past six contests…After getting destroyed by Zach Ertz and Brent Celek for three scores Sunday, Arizona has now allowed 13 touchdowns to tight ends this season. No other team has allowed more than nine…This Riley Cooper catch was pretty legit.
Adrian Peterson was facing a Chicago front seven that has been getting gashed against the run, but his performance was remarkable nevertheless, rushing for 211 yards on 35 carries, with his fourth down run in the fourth quarter especially noteworthy...Peterson has 801 yards after contact this season. The next highest is Alfred Morris with 578...Having said that, AP might not have been the most impressive player on the field Sunday, as Alshon Jeffery secured 12-of-15 targets for 249 yards and two touchdowns. He entered with just one TD since Week 5, but the sophomore wideout has been targeted 61 times over the past five games, so he’s become an elite fantasy option even with Jay Cutler sidelined. Jeffery’s play here is a candidate for catch of the year…And yes, Marc Trestman’s decision to attempt a 47-yard field goal in overtime on second down was pretty bad.