After the win, the 28-year-old veteran quarterback said he's prepared to lead the division champs as long as needed.
"I'm absolutely ready. That's why I'm here," Foles said, via the team's official website. "So I'm ready to go I prepare every day, work every day -- if need be.
"Coach [Doug] Pederson showed a lot of confidence with me and I have a long history with him. He knows I can go out and play so we'll see what happens."
Wentz's injury casts a pall on Philadelphia's outstanding season and thrusts questions about how far they can go in January. On the plus side, winning the division with three weeks left affords Pederson and Foles a chance to tinker before the postseason starts.
"Everyone's really excited because we put in a lot of work this season. We've won a lot of games. Great team effort," Foles said. "Carson's been a big piece of that puzzle. Everyone's been excited about the win, yeah, but when you have your starting quarterback go down, it's emotional.
"It was emotional for me, I work with him every day. We do everything together. I'm excited we won but at the same time, I'm dealing with it emotionally with him going down. You never want that."