I do. Chip himself has never said he needed a mobile QB. What he said was that he wants a QB who can make quick decisions and doesn't turn the ball over, and that's Foles. All coaches are going to want to bring in "their guys", but I think Chip is a smart coach who is capable of (and willing to) mold his system to the talents of his players, which is refreshing. This, after all, is a coach's job - on the other end of the spectrum, it was extremely frustrating to watch them run that Jim Washburn wide-9 bullshit when they had crap for middle linebackers and safeties. It doesn't (shouldn't?) take a genius to see that you're not going to be successful when you have a huge gap in the middle of your d-line with Casey Matthews at MLB and Nate Allen/Kurt Colemen at safety. That's an example of a coach looking only at his position and not worrying about how his coaching will affect the success of the greater team, and Chip would never put up with that.
There was a lot of talk pre-draft about the Eagles maybe taking Geno Smith at 4 overall, and I was strongly against it. My thought was that you draft an OL (which they did), let Foles start for the season (which eventually happened), and you see if he can cut it, or if you have to draft a QB in the next draft. Worst case, you find out what you have in Foles and you have a good line in place to protect the next guy. All that said, I never would have guessed that Foles would play as well as he has. I'm surprised he's not getting more attention nationally; I think he's the real deal.