​The Philadelphia Eagles have probably not stopped celebrating since February 4th. But even when the bacchanal subsides and it's time to get back to business, fans should expect the good times to keep rolling.


After Nick Foles led the Eagles to the franchise's first Super Bowl title, the front office was forced to grapple with what to do with him when star QB Carson Wentz is ready to return from injury. Now, it looks like the Eagles are ​looking to trade the Super Bowl MVP, and their initial asking price is a familiar one.

​​That's a fair place to begin, but given his elite performance in the playoffs, Eagles GM Howie Roseman may look to squeeze some extra juice out of any potential deal once he has multiple offers on the table, which should be coming quickly.

The Eagles could alternatively keep Foles as a ​premium insurance policy for Wentz in case things go south again. 


But the veteran proved that he deserves to be a starter in the NFL, and the Eagles could become something of a superpower if they fill their roster needs by parting ways with him in exchange for quality draft picks. 

All told, that's a nightmare scenario for their would-be rivals for the Super Bowl crown.