You’re Never More Dangerous Than When Everyone’s Counting You Out.

You Just Have to Believe.

When the Philadelphia Eagles’ starting quarterback went down with a torn ACL in week 14, most of the sports world believed the Eagles’ 2017 season was over.

That’s when 6th-year veteran Nick Foles came off the bench and led the Eagles to their first Super Bowl victory in franchise history—defeating the heavily-favored New England Patriots 41-33, winning MVP honors, silencing the critics, and shocking the world.

How Nick— who was on the verge of retirement just two seasons earlier —found it within himself to rally those around him and achieve what was heralded as impossible, is one of the most inspirational underdog stories in all of sports.

In Believe It, Nick shares the full, unvarnished story behind his unlikely path to Super Bowl glory, the challenges that threatened to hold him back, what brought him to the verge of retirement, what made him come back, and the faith that both grounded and guided him every step of the way.

How did Nick Foles get it done—winning Super Bowl MVP honors, silencing the critics, and shocking the world? How did the man who was on the verge of retiring just two seasons earlier stay optimistic and rally the team to an astounding win? How did he stay ready despite numerous trades and discouraging injuries, able to step up in the moment and perform at the top of his game?

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Nick Foles

MVP Quarterback

Originally a third-round draft choice (88th overall) by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2012 NFL Draft, Nick Foles spent the first three seasons of his pro career with Philadelphia prior to stints with St. Louis (2015) and Kansas City (2016). The Eagles’ all-time leader in passer rating (92.7), Foles has completed 833-of-1,386 attempts (60.1%) for 9,752 yards, 61 TDs and an 87.4 passer rating in 49 career games (39 starts).