Just like he was last year during joint practices, New England Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady put on a show on the practice fields of Gilette Stadium on Tuesday.
The only difference this time around, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles was better.
Foles had his best showing of training camp against the Patriots' first-team defense on Tuesday, tossing three touchdowns and not throwing a single interception. The lights-out showing in practice came five days after he threw two interceptions in nine passes against the Chicago Bears.
"I moved on from the (Chicago) game," Foles said after practice. "I had to."
Foles had a number of impressive throws against the Patriots, with the highlight of the day being a 40-plus yard touchdown pass to receiver Jeremy Maclin over cornerback Darrelle Revis. Foles first pump-faked to his left, before coming back and hitting Maclin in stride in the corner of the end zone. It's a good sign he bounced back from the team's first preseason game where he threw two interceptions after having just two all of last season.