There have only been five teams in the league you can count on for survival. And I mean really count on. They rarely make you sweat, and when they do it’s only a temporary perspiration until they regain control of the game. These teams are the Broncos, Chiefs, Patriots, Seahawks and Saints.
Philadelphia is having a good time with Chip Kelly. After losing three straight, the Eagles have won two in a row, are scoring points, and everyone seems to be happy with the Eagles head coach at the moment.
Eagles kicker Alex Henery has been fined $15,000 by the NFL for a horse-collar tackle in Thursday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
The Eagles were the first team in NFL history to open up the season with three games in 11 days. The last of the three, a Thursday night loss to the Chiefs, was a particularly sloppy effort from the Eagles, featuring five turnovers.
If there was a poll taken of Andy Reid’s approval ratings during the last days of his final season with the Eagles, you can almost certainly be assured that it would have been very low. Even Reid’s biggest supporters couldn’t have approved of the 4-12 records, and one of the ugliest seasons in team history.
Chip Kelly was direct, accountable and right now seems very patient in dealing with the media and something new Kelly very rarely had to deal with at Oregon—losing.
It’s almost impossible to prove, and it seems almost impossible to police. But it started during the opener against Washington, and it seems as if it’s continued ever since.
Andy Reid returned to Lincoln Financial Field last night, and brought the 2012 Eagles with him.
94WIP evening host Rob Ellis took over the stations Twitter account for the Thursday night football game between the Eagles and the Chiefs.
Andy Reid cleared his throat, uttered some familiar phrases and downplayed his return to Philadelphia.
94WIP’s Marc Farzetta says his relationship with fans is why Andy Reid is respected, but not loved.
On Thursday night, Andy Reid returns to Philadelphia as his Kansas City Chiefs take on the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. Also, at halftime, the Eagles will retire Donovan McNabb’s number five jersey.
Andy Reid comes back to town to face his old team and Chip Kelly acknowledges that Reid is familiar with the current roster. Franchise QB Donovan McNabb will see his jersey retired this tomorrow and Eagles fans everywhere will embrace the end of an era and look forward to the next.
Andy Reid was coach of the Philadelphia Eagles for a long time. His star player thinks he wishes he never left.
It’s only natural to compare Andy Reid and Chip Kelly, especially this week. Eagles running back LeSean McCoy was asked to, and said the two are like night and day.