On Thursday night, the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots took the field for a rematch of the Super Bowl. Philadelphia took Super Bowl LII by a final score of 41-33, but it was all Patriots Thursday night.
Tom Brady looked like a four-time Super Bowl MVP, driving the Pats down the field for two touchdowns. Brady played for the entire first half before shutting it down with a healthy lead.
It was a different Super Bowl MVP that everyone was talking about last night, however. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles suffered a shoulder strain during the game.
Foles attempted to unload on a pass down the field, but had his right arm hit before he could throw the ball. The hit caused a strain, but it doesn't appear to be serious.
The former Arizona quarterback spoke with reporters after the game and said he feels "pretty good."
Carson Wentz is working to come back from a severe knee injury and while he could be ready to suit up Week 1, Philadelphia can't lose its backup quarterback before the season begins.
We'll update Foles' injury when more becomes known.