PHILADELPHIA (AP) Slow starts and strong finishes have become a trend for the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles' 30-27 comeback win at Indianapolis on Monday night made them the first team in NFL history to overcome double-digit, halftime deficits in the first two games.
Chip Kelly and his players know this isn't a recipe for long-term success.
''No one should be patting themselves...
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September 16, 2014
Just when it looked like David Molk would get his first NFL career start at left guard, Chip Kelly had a change of plan. Dennis Kelly, the 6-8, 321 lb. “Keeper of the Keys” from Purdue, will apparently start against the Colts on Monday night.
You think of the giant 5th-rounder from the 2012 draft class more as a swing tackle, but his coaches like his match-up prospects against...
Surprise keeper? Photo: Ron Tarver/Philly.com
Chip Kelly and the Eagles have some tough decisions to make by tomorrow at 4pm. A total of 22 players will have to be cut in order to get down to the 53-man roster limit.
Many of them will be relatively easy decisions, but the tough ones will come down to how many players Chip will want to keep at a certain position. In other words...