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Product Feature: Game-Used Nick Foles Autographed Eagles Hat
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Teams Looks to Set the Tone for 2014 in Week 2

Product Feature: Game-Used Nick Foles Autographed Eagles Hat

Foles_FlyEaglesFlyAs the official game-used memorabilia shop for several professional sports teams, including the Philadelphia Eagles, Fanatics Authentic has the ability to give sports fans and collectors the unique chance to purchase items actually used by players on the field. There’s no better way to take home a piece of the action than with game-worn collectibles, especially those used by NFL greats like Eagles quarterback Nick Foles.

With the 2014 NFL season at the height of excitement and the Eagles at the top of the NFC East as a serious contender for a long postseason run, Philadelphia has been the talk of football. Despite currently facing a collarbone injury, Nick Foles is the core of the Eagles offense and led Philadelphia to a commanding start to the season. Foles came into the 2014 season as one of the most dominant quarterbacks in the league, after setting a single-season record for a touchdown-to-interception ratio of 27-to-2 while leading the NFL in yards per attempt and posting the third-highest passer rating ever in 2013. Taking the Eagles record to 5-2 before his injury, Foles put his team in playoff contention and is expected to return before the postseason just in time to make a championship run.

NickFoles_GameUsedHatConsidering the quarterback’s success over just three seasons in the NFL, Eagles fans can honor the face of the franchise and collectors should look to invest with valuable Nick Foles memorabilia. Add a unique piece to your collection and preserve exciting moments from what has the potential to become a championship season for the Philadelphia Eagles with this Nick Foles autographed game-used hat. This Philadelphia Eagles cap that features the team’s official colors and logo was worn by Nick Foles on October 5, 2014 when the team faced the St. Louis Rams. During the Eagles 34-28 victory over the Rams, Foles went 24-37 for 207 yards, two touchdowns, and just one interception. Fully certified authentic with a tamper evident hologram, a game-used hat with a genuine Nick Foles autograph adds serious value to any collection and will rise in worth significantly throughout his career, especially if the Eagles manage to win Super Bowl XLIX.

Shop for this Nick Foles signed game-worn hat and other Philadelphia Eagles game-used collectibles, here!

Teams Looks to Set the Tone for 2014 in Week 2

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With another week in the books, every NFL team is really starting to show their true colors and let their fans know exactly what kind of season they’re in for this year. As teams looked to set the tone for the rest of the 2014 NFL season, Week 2 brought football lovers plenty of down-to-the-wire games and comeback victories to provide fans with enough conversation to fill the gap between the league’s next match-up.

After their offense struggled in Week 1, the Baltimore Ravens recovered from their recent loss and took down on their division rival Steelers in an effort to make a positive change for the season. Meanwhile, first round draft pick Sammy Watkins had the breaking out party all Buffalo fans expected, as he tallied up 117 yards and a touchdown in a 29-10 Bills victory over the Dolphins to raise Buffalo to a 2-0 record. Tom Brady and the Patriots shook off an uncharacteristic opening week loss with a dominating performance over the Adrian Peterson-less Minnesota Vikings. It was no A.J. Green, no problem for the Cincinnati Bengals as a high-powered defense shut down Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons 24-10. In Johnny Football’s highly anticipated NFL debut, which was nothing to get excited about as he went 0/1 in passing and played for only seconds, the Cleveland Browns upset the New Orleans Saints with a time expiring field goal. Out west, the San Diego Chargers gave the Seattle Seahawks their first loss in almost a year and the Houston Texans improved to 2-0 with a 30-14 win against the struggling Raiders. Despite a scare from the Kansas City Chiefs, Peyton Manning and the Broncos avoided a Week 2 loss and sealed a fourth quarter 24-17 victory.

In the NFC, the Arizona Cardinals didn’t need captain Carson Palmer to earn a victory over the struggling New York Giants. Things looked bleak early in the nation’s capital when Robert Griffin and DeSean Jackson both left the game with injuries, but the Redskins managed to prevail over Jacksonville 41-10. Although Dallas looked weak in their season opener, America’s team bounced back with a big victory over the Tennessee Titans behind 167 yards on the ground from DeMarco Murray. Carolina’s stingy defense was up to their usual tricks with a win over Detroit led by quarterback Cam Newton, while the Rams beat the Buccaneers in a close one down in Tampa Bay. Comebacks seemed to be the common theme with the late games in the NFC. As the Green Bay Packers avoided a monumental upset with a tremendous fourth quarter comeback against the New York Jets, the Bears battled back from a 17-point deficit to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in the first regular season game at Levi’s Field. To cap off the excitement of Week 2 of the regular season, Darren Sproles and the Philadelphia Eagles fought back against the Indianapolis Colts to earn a 3-point victory at Lucas Oil, proving to be a powerhouse for 2014.

To cap off the excitement of this past weekend, Week 3 has some must-watch games on the slate, including a Super Bowl rematch with the Seahawks versus the Broncos on Sunday and a prime-time match-up between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Carolina Panthers later that night. With each coming week, the match-up keep getting better and the race to the top of the NFL gets hotter. If the first two weeks of regular season play are a prelude of what’s to come, football fans better gear up for a long, exhausting season full of nail-biters and shocking upsets.

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