Why, all this blaming on Charles Chip Kelly?

Posted July 14, 2013

Hell he was set and ready to return to Eugene to coach his magic as a College football coach until Money screamed usually the thought is money talks , not in this case why, The eagles were willing to pay top dollar for his services and pay they did buckohs .

So I think you guys should throw the pie in the face to  the owners of the eagles, Not Kelly!

Unless I'm wrong I recall his search to coach somewhere in the NFL began with Tampa Bay , and  when that broke apart his flirting went elsewhere, from the bills, and other places I'm sure that wasn't in the news.

This man had his mind made up to coach somewhere in the national football league.

After last year with Oregon he went searching again, then when it looked as though his dream went dry, he announced he would return to coach the ducks, then the screams returned with a big push by the eagles and away he went!

I'd bet big bucks  and no whammies after this college football season I'd wager he would be out right after and begin his search again to coach in the NFL.

I don't think most want to get it, in college he has and still has one of the greatest minds for football, why he lives and breaths football.

Now sadly he is coaching over paid  football players no longer a college kid.

But as stated he was overwhelmed by the cha ching...and couldn't this time say no to an offer he couldn't refuse!

This also reminds me of the over the top offers givin to the athlete, would you turn DOWN an offer of a 3 year contract for 53 million as I saw the other day to the lions QB?

No I don't think so, this is why  you have now as your first year coach a  guy who has NO experience in pro football zero natta.  

I'd blame the eagles high balls. not Kelly.

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