Former coach Andy Reid got a standing ovation from Philadelphia fans before the the game, but it might be a while before Chip Kelly gets one.
Kelly and the new but not improved Eagles fell to 1-2 after an error-prone 26-16 loss to Reid and his new team, the Kansas City Chiefs. The Birds suffered five turnovers and five sacks, trailing 10-0 quickly after Damaris Johnson fumbled a Chiefs punt at his own eight. The defense did hold the visitors to a field goal, but Michael Vick locked on to one receiver on the next possession and threw a pick six, an easy 38-yard touchdown for former Tennessee Volunteer Eric Berry.
Dealing in hypotheticals: the questions won't get easier for Chip Kelly in the City of Brotherly skepticism. His 1-2 Eagles face Peyton Manning and Denver in their next game (phillysportlivephoto).
Since an opening win at Washington not much has gone right for Chip Kelly in the NFL. His offense has racked up yards but the defense can't stop anybody and the entire team is ...