The Super Bowl champion Eagles face a multitude of tough decisions this offseason.
The toughest is what to do with Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles. With franchise QB Carson Wentz recovering from a serious knee injury, the situation becomes more complicated.
Longtime NFL executive and current ESPN analyst Bill Polian essentially thinks Foles is untouchable.
Bill Polian said on ESPN's NFL Live that, if he were the Eagles' GM, he wouldn't listen to any offers for Nick Foles unless they started with "two 1's and two 2's."
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 19, 2018
Two first-round and two second-round picks would be a doozy of an offer for a quarterback who has one year left under contract. But that speaks to how highly Polian values Foles and the idea of having a top-notch backup QB on a contending team.
Former Eagles LB turned TV host Dhani Jones is in the same boat as Polian, saying he believes that Foles should be the starter, even if Wentz is healthy by Week 1.
Check out Jones' opinion in the video above.