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Lost in the euphoria of Chip Kelly’s first win as Eagles head coach was the fact that Michael Vick seems determine on injuring himself.
There were several instances of Vick diving head first on runs and trying to block downfield. Not very smart on his part and was one of the reasons he was seen limping into the locker room after the game.
What does Chip Kelly think about this? According to Pro Football Zone, he has thrown up his hands in the matter.
Those headfirst Mike Vick slides? Chip Kelly knows what battles are worth it, says, "I don't think at 33 we're going to get him to change."
— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) September 10, 2013
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Chip Kelly is a football maniac, and get this, he thinks his team can play faster.
While addressing the media today after getting his first victory as an NFL coach, Kelly said that “the pace of the offense was too slow, and that they can go faster” according to Birds 24/7.
Chip Kelly feels like Monday's pace was too slow. http://t.co/Zr07jtRkce
— Tim McManus (@Tim_McManus...
According to CSNPhilly.com, Eagles quarterback Michael Vick was seen hobbling after last night’s win over the Redskins.
Vick had a great game, but took way too many shots and failed to protect himself, which isn’t a surprise given his injury history.
I find it really interesting that Eagles head coach Chip Kelly and Vick aren’t worried about him getting injured. Sadly enough...
Follow Jeff on Twitter @Jeff1470TheFox For All The Latest Eagles and NFL News! And what a way to kickoff the 2013 NFL Season and the Chip Kelly Era in Philadelphia with a huge 33-27 victory on the road in primetime against the 2012 NFC East Division Champions, Washington Redskins. We […]The post Eagles Fend Off Skins 33-27; Analysis, Locker Room Interviews; More! appeared first on Eagles Pulse.
While Chip Kelly's offense received most of the attention for a sensational start, the Philadelphia Eagles' defense also had an impressive debut.
That's the bigger surprise.
The Eagles were expected to score plenty of points with Michael Vick, LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson playing in Kelly's up-tempo offense. But the defense figured to have some growing pains...
Michael Vick is fast. The Eagles’ offense on Monday night was even faster.
Chip Kelly‘s influence on the Eagles’ new-look offense was obvious against Washington on Monday. The Eagles ran 77 offensive plays in the game, some which happened within 10-12 seconds of one another. At times, the Eagles looked like they weren’t even communicating with one another anymore, but rather...
The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Washington Redskins 33-27 in Chip Kelly’s debut on Monday Night Football.
The Eagles offense ran the Washington defense ragged all night long, as Michael Vick went 15-25 for 203 and two touchdowns while adding 52 yards on the ground and rushing for one score.
Although the Eagles offense will be the story, the defense played very well for most of...
QB: Michael Vick vs. SD – After allowing 346 passing yards and three touchdowns to Matt Schaub, the Chargers venture to Philadelphia to face Michael Vick. Vick is coming off a mint performance, in which is threw for 203 yards and two touchdowns through the air while adding 54 rushing yards and a score on the ground. Combining Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy with Chip Kelly...
Just try to keep up with Michael Vick, LeSean McCoy and the Philadelphia Eagles this season. Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins sure couldn't.
Playing at a frenetic pace that left the Redskins bumbling and stumbling, the Eagles unleashed coach Chip Kelly's offense on the NFL and crammed 77 plays into 60 minutes of football. They had their share of miscues, of...
The new version of the Philadelphia Eagles offense was a rousing success in the season opener - at least for 2 1/2 quarters.
Same goes for the San Diego Chargers, though they came away much more disappointed.
Despite successfully debuting his up-tempo style as Eagles coach, Chip Kelly would like his offense to pick up the pace even more for Sunday's matchup with the visiting...
The purpose behind Quick Hits is to catch you up on the most important news, notes, and links that you may have missed from the day prior. Without further ado, here are Wednesday’s quick hits:
1. One of the players that excelled in the defense’s new 3-4 scheme, was Trent Cole.
2. The Eagles defense showed some promise Monday night, but the team knows it is just a start.