If the question is specifically about Monday's loss to the Oakland Raiders, then I'd put it on Nick Foles more than the offensive line or the wide receivers. I understand Doug Pederson's point Tuesday that everyone plays a role in it, but Foles wasn't good enough. It's that simple. He made poor throws, missed open targets, and wasn't aggressive enough in certain situations. I don't think that's the Foles you'll see every week. The Eagles need to focus on getting Foles into quick rhythm passes and incorporate play-action. The key is third downs. The Eagles will lose some of their big-play ability without Wentz. They must sustain drives, and that will require more manageable third downs. They need positive plays on the early downs to avoid third and long. Foles also has to give his wide receivers a chance. He's careful to avoid turnovers, but sometimes, you need to trust your playmakers. The bottom line is that a great quarterback raises the level of the players around him. I think you saw that with Wentz, and you're seeing the significance of Wentz's absence, too.