Found September 21, 2013 on Low Brow Sports:
Philadelphia Eagles freshman head coach Chip Kelly, after watching copious amounts of film on their loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, has found that turning the ball over numerous times will cause you to lose a football game. “You can’t win a football game when you turn the football over like that,” Kelly said of the whopping five turnovers committed in their 26-16 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, per an Eagles transcript (via NFL.com). “We’re not blaming it on anything except our poor execution.”
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