Nick Foles is now ranked higher as an author than as a quarterback.
Nick Foles, ranked No. 32 on NFL.com's recent list of active quarterbacks, will debut at No. 5 on the New York Times best-seller list.
Foles' autobiography, "Believe It," which recounts his ascent from journeyman backup quarterback to Super Bowl hero, will debut at No. 5 on the New York Times best-seller list, his publisher, Tyndale House, announced in a tweet on Thursday.
The publisher also announced that it would be listed among the top-selling non-fiction books by both Publishers Weekly and USA Today in forthcoming best-seller lists.
"Believe It" was co-written by written by Foles and Joshua Cooley, a minister based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
It recounts Foles' spiritual awakening and perseverance as he overcame getting traded by the Eagles, released by the Rams and traded by the Chiefs back to the Eagles before leading the Eagles to their first Super Bowl championship following Carson Wentz's season-ending injury.
The New York Times best-seller list appears every Sunday.