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Chip Kelly’s Eagles: Why the Offensive Stats Don’t Match Observation

Photo: Lori M. Nichols/South Jersey Times Eagles coach Chip Kelly seemed to be somewhat snippy in his last press conference.  He was being pressed about the overall problems with the team but kept making it a point that he was only focused on the Giants this week. I suppose he has to be but the rest of Philadelphia has transitioned into offseason mode. One of Kelly’s responses...
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Six Requests For Chip Kelly Against The Giants

(after me comes the flood)Week 17 against the Giants, in New York, means nothing. There will be no change in meaningful draft pick position, no advantage or disadvantage in winning or losing the game. Oh, and it's the last time we can think abut a local sports franchise that isn't an utter train wreck in the here and now for about nine months. Such a wonderful time to be in the Philadelphia...
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Six Points On The Rush To Judge The Eagles, And Chip Kelly

Yes, Yes It IsThere is nothing quite like being near Eagle Fans when things aren't going so well. Pro football has been a staple of the local cuisine since the dim start of the NFL (Go, Frankford Yellow Jackets, Go!), but How It's All Gone Wrong And Who Gets Blamed is a sport here.One which, it seems I am not immune.So without any further ado, let's do...Point The First: Why is everyone...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

It is not Chip Kelly's fault if Eagles miss playoffs

The Philadelphia Eagles were 4-12 in 2012, causing long-time head coach Andy Reid’s ousting. Philadelphia ended its search for a new coach quickly, settling on offensive guru Chip Kelly from the University of Oregon. While many renowned college coaches have come into the NFL and failed such as Nick Saban, Bud Wilkinson and Steve Spurrier, Kelly was an instant success. Kelly transformed...
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Hot Seat: Who is feeling the heat heading into Week 16?

This time of year, the pressure really starts to mount in the NFL. Heading into Week 16, plenty of people find themselves suddenly under the microscope, trying to answer questions about their most-recent performance. Who is in that spot? Here are five on the hot seat this weekend: *** 5. Chip Kelly / Mark Sanchez Kelly and Sanchez need to win a big game Kelly’s new-age methods...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

As a head coach, Chip Kelly is an excellent offensive coordinator…

Kelly sees things possible on offense that are like a Kandinsky painting…what he sometimes fail to realize is there are other guys with paintbrushes on the other side of the canvas… It’s discouraging to realize that even if the 2014 Eagles go 11-5 it may not be good enough to make the playoffs. That is a travesty based upon a very weak year for the Giants, Redskins, Falcons...
Via Eagles Eye
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chip Kelly drops epic quote about turning down Florida job

Chip Kelly dropped an absolute gem of a quote on Thursday when talking about the Florida Gators head coaching job. Kelly was mentioned as a person of interest for the Gators during the school’s search to replace Will Muschamp. The former Oregon head coach explicitly stated that he was not interested in leaving the Eagles...Read More
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Chip Kelly has perfect response to lack of interest in Florida

Chip Kelly spent more than two decades in the world of college football, and the 51-year-old coach thrived at Oregon, so he’ll likely always be tied to the college ranks in some fashion.  This is likely why Kelly’s name is often mentioned when a big college job opens up, as it was in recent weeks with Florida looking to hire a coach (the Gators have since brought in former...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Eagles head coach Chip Kelly drops indispensible bombs of wisdom

Check out this indispensible bomb of wisdom that Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly dropped on reporters yesterday: Be where your feet are. Sounds like something you would find on a throw pillow. I bet somebody could make a fortune making Kelly Green throw-pillows with nuggets of football wisom stitched onto them. Is it Sunday yet? View poll on FanMob You may also be interested...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Chip Kelly Says He Wouldn’t Listen If Florida Reached Out To Him About Coaching Vacancy

Chip Kelly has a pretty sweet gig in the NFL right now. His Philadelphia Eagles are 9-3, which is tied for the best record in the league, and barring something crazy happening, Kelly’s team will make the playoffs for a second year in a row. However, there are still some people who think that Kelly may be intrigued by the possibility of returning to the college game and coaching...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

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