​Nick Foles went from ​zero to hero this past season, creating one of the best stories in football history with his accomplishments in total.


After sitting as the backup to Carson Wentz for the majority of the season, Foles stepped in after Wentz's heartbreaking injury and led the Eagles to their first ever Super Bowl victory, ​earning SB MVP honors along the way. No big deal.


However, Foles' recent success almost never happened. The gangly QB was on the brink of calling it a career before he decided to give it one more shot, and the Chiefs played a huge role in bringing him back from the brink.

​​During a Tuesday interview on Ellen, Foles opened up about his struggles with the game, and almost stepping away from it all. 


However, the Chiefs literally re-inspired him to play the game that he loved, which also explains why he followed his offensive coordinator Doug Pederson to the Eagles when he had the chance to do so. 


Who knows? If Foles never goes to the Chiefs, do the Eagles win Super Bowl LII? The world will never know.