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Topic - Chip Kelly
Kevin Sumlin. Chris Petersen. James Franklin.
With Nick Foles leading the way, the Philadelphia Eagles have charged into the playoff picture.
At the moment, 2013 is on pace to wind up as only the second NFL season in the past 20 years without a single 1,500-yard rusher.
The big-play guys among NFL rookies this year are getting themselves noticed more on defense than offense. How odd, considering the way the league is so skewed toward piling up points.
The real Nick Foles is a little Peyton-esque.
Gus Malzahn and his no-huddle offense have faced more than their fair share of doubters and critics over the years, dating back to his days as a high school coach in Arkansas.
Don't rule Michael Vick out just yet.
The Eagles under first-year coach Chip Kelly came into FedEx Field on Monday night and made the Redskins look silly for most of the first half. There's no other way to say it, no way to be nice, no way to soften the blow. The 33-27 final is misleading. The Eagles were up 26-7 and had 322 yards at halftime.
Philadelphia dictated the tempo at a lightning pace for the first 31 minutes of play and held on late for a closer-than-it-looked 33-27 victory at FedEx Field.
How do you prepare for something you have never seen? That was the conundrum all summer for the Washington Redskins coaching staff. The Philadelphia Eagles, their first opponent, hired University of Oregon coach Chip Kelly to rejuvenate the franchise after it thudded to earth with a 4-12 record last season.
Riley Cooper, who left the Philadelphia Eagles for three days in training camp after a video of him making a racial slur surfaced on the Internet, got into a scuffle with Cary Williams at practice Thursday.
Michael Vick took a pay cut and had to compete for his job when he returned to the Eagles.
Vick has been solid in two preseason games, and backup Nick Foles, in his second season with the Eagles, has struggled to grasp Kelly's multifaceted offense. Philadelphia opens the season at Washington Sept. 9.
Michael Vick will start for the Philadelphia Eagles in their preseason opener against New England on Friday night because coach Chip Kelly says it's his turn to go first in the quarterback rotation.
Michael Vick or Nick Foles? Might as well flip a coin.
Eagles rookie head coach Chip Kelly finds signs better to communicate then microphones because the whole team can see the information and speed up his lightning-fast offense.
Eagles rookie head coach Chip Kelly has chosen some Philly icons for his infamous placards that communicate plays and speed up his lightning-fast offense.