Eagles' Doug Pederson on Nick Foles' Thursday performance: 'I'm done, I've seen enough'

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Nick Foles (Getty Images)

Eagles head coach Doug Pederson decided not to bring quarterback Nick Foles in for the second half Thursday against the Browns and was blunt when addressing the move to Fox Sports reporter Erin Andrews.

“I’m done,” he told Fox. “I’ve seen enough.”

Foles, who suffered a shoulder injury against the Patriots in last week’s preseason game, went 13 of 17 for 127 yards in the first half Thursday, but he threw two interceptions, including one inside the five-yard line, and fumbled as well.

Pederson couldn’t put his finger on what was wrong with Foles, exactly.

“It’s very disappointing,” he told Fox. “He was calm before this game, I thought he’d settle in, not the case.”

While Foles had a much better completion percentage Thursday, he did struggle finding his receivers last week against the Patriots. He went 3 for 9 in that game for 44 yards giving him two less than perfect performances so far this preseason.

Carson Wentz still has not seen the field for Philadelphia during the preseason as he recovers fro a 2017 knee injury.