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PHILADELPHIA — The shadows had just about overtaken Lincoln Financial Field Sunday afternoon as the Eagles’ offense trotted onto the field late in the third quarter. There was just a sliver of sunlight left, and Nick Foles, positioned in shotgun formation, was standing right in it. The visual effect was that his silhouette stretched for more than 10 yards, beyond the Houston Texans’ defensive front. Larger than life.

Foles took the snap, stepped up in the pocket and threw it as far as he was physically able. Nelson Agholor plucked it out of the sky in stride and raced into the end zone unchallenged, finishing the 83-yard go-ahead score with a backward plunge a la DeSean Jackson against Dallas back in 2010.

The dazzling impression Foles made on the Lincoln Financial Field crowd Sunday in a dramatic 32-30 win over Houston was likely his last. There is a real chance he has played his final home game in an Eagles uniform. It was not lost on Foles, who got choked up talking about it afterward.

He’s recaptured some of the magic he found while leading the Eagles to their first Super Bowl title last season, but Nick Foles knows he’s probably played his last home game as a member of the Eagles. James Lang-USA TODAY Sports
“It’s emotional,” he said, his voice catching. “I knew there was a chance this could be it. I don’t think about the future, but I am aware of that because this city means a lot to me, this team means a lot to me, wearing that jersey means a lot to me.”

Foles’ performance only enhanced his legend. He established a franchise record with 471 passing yards and became the first Eagles QB with 400 pass yards and four touchdowns in a single game since … well, Nick Foles, who turned the trick in 2013 when he went for 406 yards and seven TDs in Oakland.

The moment most likely to stick permanently with fans and teammates was one that started with a scare. Foles was drilled in the chest by Jadeveon Clowney late in the game and lay on his back in the end zone for several minutes. Chants of “Foles!” began echoing through the stadium, encouraging him to get up. Eventually he did, and the crowd went nuts. Nate Sudfeld went in to replace him, and thought it might be a long-term gig.

“I thought he was out. He was laying there forever,” Sudfeld said. “I didn’t know if he was out for forever or freaking one day. You have no idea.”

It was one play. Foles got right back into the lineup and led the Eagles down the field, setting up Jake Elliott’s game-winning 35-yard field goal as time expired.

The Eagles have won two in a row since Foles replaced the injured Carson Wentz in the lineup, both coming against first-place teams in the Los Angeles Rams and Texans. The offense scored 30-plus points in both wins after hitting that mark just once over the first 13 games.

“We get confused sometimes because he’s a backup quarterback; he just happens to be Carson Wentz’s backup,” said safety Malcolm Jenkins. “He’s a player. He’s a Super Bowl MVP for a reason. Obviously, he’s pumped life back into this team, the offense, playing phenomenal right when we need it. But that’s Nick. He’s no different. It’s not like he rose to the occasion. This is what he’s made for.”

The debate in Philly regarding the city’s two gifted QBs, Wentz and Foles, will pick up this week. Are the Eagles, who named Foles the starter for Sunday’s game against Washington, definitely going to let the Super Bowl MVP walk, even if his hot hand continues into the postseason?

For all of the oxygen that will be spent on this topic, the reality is that this is, and should be, Wentz’s team for the long haul. Foles will most likely will be in a different city next year with a chance to cement himself as a franchise QB.

He has helped his chances with his performance over the past two weeks, while stirring the imagination of the Eagles’ fan base one last time.

“I’m very grateful for every opportunity to play here, to play in front of our fans, to wear that jersey no matter what,” Foles said. “No one can take that away from me.

“This was a special one tonight. I don’t know what the future holds. I’m not going to worry about it. I’m just going to focus on now, enjoy just being in Philadelphia, enjoy the people, enjoy wearing this jersey because it’s some of the most special moments of my life.”

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Week nine was mostly about the quarterbacks, as Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers faced off, and Drew Brees captured some Rams, but it wasn’t all down to the slingers.

Brees’ headline act, stellar as it was, would have been less impressive if not for a hat-trick from our favourite Liberian running back.

Player of the Week

Alvin Kamara (New Orleans Saints – Running Back #41)

He had solid competition for player of the week honors, but after balling out for the Saints on Sunday and helping to end the Los Angeles Rams unbeaten run, POTW has to go to Alvin Kamara.

The Liberian-American had three touchdowns on Sunday, a first half hat-trick of touchdowns, with two receiving and one rushing. AK41 became the only player in the NFL this season with a receiving and a rushing touchdown in the first quarter of a game, as he ran for 82 yards on 19 carries.

Add in the four receptions on five targets for 34 yards, and an impressive shoulder shake to get past the Rams defender while running an option route, and the Saints got an important W with a 45-35 win.

Notable Performances
Miami’s Brock Osweiler came off second best against Jeremiah Attaochu in week nine. Mark Brown/Getty Images
Jeremiah Attaochu (New York Jets – Outside Linebacker #55)

After signing with the J-E-T-S, Jets, Jets, Jets prior to the start of the season (after being cut from the San Francisco 49ers), Attaochu has fit in nicely in New York so far.

After providing good performances in prior weeks, the Nigeria-born linebacker had two tackles, one sack and three quarterback hits in the Jets’ 13-6 loss to the Miami Dolphins.

Despite the poor showing by the offense, Attaochu and the defense were a bright spot for the Jets to look to build on in the second half of the season.

Tevin Coleman (Atlanta Falcons – Running Back #26)

With lead running back Devonta Freeman on IR, Coleman had himself an outing on Sunday as he helped lead the Falcons to a 38-14 win over the Washington Redskins.

Rushing for 88 yards on 13 carries, and playing an equally important role in the passing game with five receptions for 68 yards and two touchdowns, Coleman reminded teams that he will be available in the off-season for a potentially lucrative second contract.

Foye Oluokun (Atlanta Falcons – Linebacker #54)
Foye Oluokun has been a solid presence for the Falcons this season. Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
Rookie linebacker Oluokun continued to impress as he played a big role in limiting the Washington running backs to 57 yards total on Sunday. The Nigerian-American had six tackles, one QB hit, and a tackle for a loss.

The Yale grad has shown an ability to defend the run nicely and also provide capable coverage on passing downs for the 4-4 Falcons.

Jahleel Addae (Los Angeles Chargers – Safety #37)

Ghanaian-American safety Addae was in great form on Sunday as he made several key plays to help the 6-2 Chargers win their fifth game in a row. Addae notched 10 tackles, one sack and QB hit and one extremely important pass breakup.

With the Chargers up 25-17 in the waning seconds of the game, the Seahawks were given an untimed down while on the six yard line and with the clock at 0.00. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson sought to provide the home fans with his usual magic from behind center as he evaded the Chargers pass rush and flung a pass to receiver David Moore in the end zone.

Unknown to Moore, Addae was making a break in the opposite direction and flung his right arm out and with a fingertip (or fingernail, according to Addae) broke up the pass and sealed the win for the Chargers.

Players to Watch in Week 10

Arizona Cardinals Cornerback Bene Benwikere celebrates a second half interception against the San Francisco 49ers. Cody Glenn/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images
Bene Benwikere (Arizona Cardinals Defensive back)

The Cardinals are still trying to find stable footing this season and week 10 sees them take on the 8-1 Chiefs and the talented QB Pat Mahomes, running back Kareem Hunt, and receiver Tyreek Hill. Benwikere has played his part at cornerback and safety over the past few weeks and will need to be at the top of his game to combat the Chiefs offensive weaponry and schemes.

Kelechi Osemele (Oakland Raiders Offensive Tackle)

The Oakland Raiders are a disaster this season and Osemele has missed three games with a knee injury so far, but when he has been on the field he has provided the Raiders with a dependable presence at left guard. Osemele will be even more important in week 10 against the Chargers if left tackle Kolton Miller is unable to play through his own knee injury.

Brian Orakpo (Tennessee Titans Defensive End)

Orakpo and the Titans beat the Dallas Cowboys 28-14 on Monday Night Football and the Nigerian-American defensive end had one of the five Tennessee sacks on the night. In order for the Titans to beat the Patriots in week 10, Orakpo and the Tennessee defense will need to make a mess of the Patriots offensive line and pocket protection for Tom Brady.

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — Even in defeat, the Chicago Bears emerged from their heartbreaking 24-23 loss Sunday to the Green Bay Packers as a possible future force to be reckoned in the NFC.

For years, the Bears were simply an afterthought, finishing dead last in the NFC North from 2014-17.

But the Bears unveiled a creativity and explosiveness on offense not seen since the Marc Trestman honeymoon period in early 2013.

The brief Trestman era turned out to be an abject failure, but these Bears appear to have staying power with a young core of talented skill-position players, many of whom are signed to lucrative, longer-term contracts.

In the NFL, it all starts and ends with the quarterback.

Second-year Bears signal-caller Mitchell Trubisky resembled the All-Pro in Sunday’s opening half, not Aaron Rodgers, who left the game in the second quarter with a knee injury but returned triumphantly after halftime. Trubisky looked in complete control of Matt Nagy’s offense, completing 8 of 9 pass attempts for 99 yards (112.5 quarterback rating) and rushing for a 2-yard touchdown as the Bears built a 17-0 halftime lead.

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Everywhere you looked, the Bears had playmakers at Trubisky’s disposal: Tarik Cohen, Allen Robinson, Trey Burton, Taylor Gabriel and Jordan Howard all made their presence known.

Of course, Trubisky’s play — like the rest of the team’s — declined in the second half, but he showed promise in a brand-new system.

Is Trubisky on the same level as Rodgers? Of course not. But very few, if any, quarterbacks in the NFL are.

For his part, Nagy called plays that kept Green Bay’s defense off balance during the first 20 minutes. However, the first-year head coach was probably a little too conservative in the final two quarters as the Bears unsuccessfully attempted to stave off the feisty Packers.

Remember, though, the Bears had one of the league’s worst and most predictable offenses under former head coach John Fox. On Sunday night, Nagy used creative packages such as three running backs in the backfield and a trips formation that featured left tackle Charles Leno split out to the right as a slot receiver.

On defense, the Bears frustrated the Packers offense until the final quarter, led by new arrival Khalil Mack, who earned every penny of the massive six-year, $141 million contract he recently signed. Mack, who was inexplicably traded to the Bears by the Oakland Raiders, dominated Green Bay’s offense, recording a sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery — all on the same play — and a 27-yard interception return for a touchdown prior to halftime.

The rest of Chicago’s defense did its part, too, until its end-of-game collapse.

Defensive lineman Akiem Hicks looked unstoppable at times. Defensive backs Bryce Callahan and Eddie Jackson both made key stops to stifle Green Bay drives.

Even eighth overall pick Roquan Smith, who did not start the game, registered a sack on his first NFL snap.

For a while, almost everything the Bears touched turned to gold in front of a prime-time audience that was probably confused.

Wait, the Bears are for real?!

Yes. The franchise that hasn’t reached the postseason since 2010 let one slip away, but these aren’t the same old Bears.

Far from it.

Overlook Chicago at your own peril.

Green Bay’s late rally proved the Bears are still vulnerable, but the NFC North just got a whole lot more interesting.

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs, who weren’t deep at safety to begin with, will not have starter Daniel Sorensen when the regular season begins. Sorensen, who injured a knee at training camp, will have surgery and miss the first part of the regular season, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Sorensen, 28, became a starter last season, his fourth with the Chiefs after being signed as an undrafted rookie from BYU. Sorensen replaced Eric Berry, who missed all but the season opener after tearing his Achilles tendon.

Berry is back, but the Chiefs early in the offseason released another longtime starter, Ron Parker.

Daniel Sorensen started at safety for the Chiefs last season. Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire
The Chiefs gave Berry the day off from practice Tuesday as part of his rehabilitation program.

Without Sorensen and Berry, the starting safeties were Eric Murray and rookie Armani Watts. Murray was the third safety for the Chiefs last season, playing in 14 games. Watts is a fourth-round draft pick from Texas A&M.

The Chiefs begin their preseason Thursday night against the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium.