PHILADELPHIA -- Nick Foles, youre up. Foles will be the starting quarterback when the Philadelphia Eagles play their second preseason game against the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night. Michael Vick started last weeks 31-22 to loss to New England and now its Foles turn to take the first snap. The two quarterbacks have been alternating days starting out with the first team so coach Chip Kelly said last week Foles would go first this time because Vick opened the first game. Vick was 4 of 5 for 94 yards, including a perfect 47-yard touchdown pass to DeSean Jackson in two series against the Patriots. Foles lost a fumble on his first series, but led the Eagles to a TD on his next one against New England backups. "I need to go out there and execute the offence and put points on the board," Foles said. "Thats always been the ultimate goal. Just learn from the last one and move forward, just take these practices and get better. Its the same way Ive approached everything Ive always done. Im not changing anything. Im going to keep doing the things that Ive done my whole life that got me here, and that is just work as hard as I possibly can and take it one play a time." Both quarterbacks are expected to play about one quarter apiece against the Panthers. Kelly has both listed as the No. 1 guy on the unofficial depth chart, and hes in no hurry to pick a starter. After rookie Matt Barkley took snaps with the starters in Tuesdays practice, Kelly joked that he would be the starter for Week 1 against Washington. "In the ideal world, wed like to get them into the first and second quarter, and not see those guys at all in the second half," Kelly said about Foles and Vick. "But it depends on how it plays itself out." Kelly didnt show too much of his up-tempo offence last week, though he did use a variety of formations and sets. Vick estimated the Eagles ran less than one-third of their plays. The Eagles started out of the huddle against the Patriots and then went to a hurry-up with Foles before slowing down when Barkley came in. Kelly wont give away his plans, but he suggested the team isnt always going to be running that same fast-paced style he used at Oregon. "Theres times were going to have to play fast and times were going to have to play slow," Kelly said. "Really, the game itself dictates what youre going to have to do. Ive said that all along. If youre up, you dont want to play fast, you want to work the clock. But there were certain things in that game we wanted to get accomplished. Our first full game with officials, so just trying to get a feel for it." Running back LeSean McCoy, an All-Pro in 2011, will see his first preseason action against Carolina. But five-time Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters likely wont play because of a hamstring injury thats sidelined him since July 31. On defence, the Eagles get a look at Cam Newton after seeing two opposite styles last week when they faced Tom Brady and Tim Tebow. Brady picked the secondary apart and the Patriots had their way running the ball against Philadelphias defence. "We would have hoped that it would look better than it looked," defensive co-ordinator Billy Davis said. "I was hoping to be further along at this point, but the film is the truth. The game tells you everything you need to know about where we are. Weve got a lot of work to do in tackling still. In order to be a great defence, weve got to make sure we can fit together as a team, and know how each individuals technique is attached to the other techniques which are attached. And were still in the early stage of that learning curve." New cornerback Cary Williams, who started for the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens last year, will make his Eagles debut against the Panthers. 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