The Philadelphia Eagles want to run the Washington Redskins ragged on Sunday, but cornerback DeAngelo Hall says it won't work, writes Joseph White of the Associated Press.
"We're in great shape," Hall said, "so if they want to try to put their condition against ours, I feel like we'll win that battle every day of the week."
Hall sounds ready for war in facing Chip Kelly's NFL debut which is sure to include remnants of his up-tempo Oregon offense. While he sounds confident that the Redskins can go toe for toe with them, at the same time, he's definitely not looking past them. They have their work cut out for them.
"I don't feel like from a tempo standpoint it's going to be a problem," Hall said. "I think from a scheme standpoint, what they're going to try to do as far as exploit different matchups, that's going to be kind of tough to figure out and put a handle on."
Linebacker London Fletcher echoes those sentiments. "This is a unique style of fast-paced offense because it's no-huddle, but it's also a spread zone-read-type offense, things like that," he explained. "It's definitely a situation where we're going to have to have great communication come Monday night. Obviously the communication is going to have to be a lot faster."