Chip Kelly's late game playcalling may have cost the Eagles a win on Sunday Philadelphia's 33-30 home loss to San Diego. Although Kelly didn't come out and admit that on Monday he did acknowledge that he could have done things differently.
Trailing 30-27 late in the fourth quarter the Eagles made it down to San Diego's 14-yard line when Michael Vick hit DeSean Jackson for a 25-yard gain. At that point the Eagles could have let the clock run down to the two-minute warning and then had a first-and-10 afterward.
Instead the Eagles called a pass play with 2:09 left that ended with an incompletion and a brief Vick injury. On second down with 2:03 left -- still no two-minute warning -- the Eagles called another pass. When the two-minute warning finally hit it was third-and-10.
Philadelphia ended up kicking a game-tying 32-yard field goal with 1:51 left which meant the Chargers would get the ball back. The same Chargers offense that had only punted once through the game's first 58 minut...