Nick Foles eyes improvement

Nick Foles #9 of the Philadelphia Eagles carries the ball in for a touchdown against the Carolina Panthers on August 15, 2013
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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles concedes that he needs to improve his decision-making skills moving forward.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has conceded that he needs to improve his decision-making through the rest of the season.

Foles has thrown nine interceptions and has had 12 total turnovers through the opening seven games so far, and he admits that he will have to work on making better calls.

"I'm the decision-maker on offense," Foles said, ESPN reports.

"I have the ball every single play. Yes, I have to do a better job. Words can't describe it. I have to go out here and keep working. It doesn't feel good at times. You have to keep working on fundamentals and on decision-making. I'm going to keep working, and I'm going to fix it."

Coach Chip Kelly has kept his faith in his signal-caller so far this season but Foles conceded that the pressure will be on him to perform against the Houston Texans on Sunday.

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