Chip Kelly talks about his second season as NFL coach during his Monday press conference.
Chip Kelly reflects on the Eagles’ 10-6 season after his team’s Week 17 win.
The Philadelphia Eagles closed out a second straight 10-win season under Chip Kelly with a road victory against the division rival New York Giants Sunday afternoon in MetLife Stadium, but the Birds head to the offseason a little earlier than expected. Now the evaluations for the season will begin, but first it is time for one final evaluation on a single-game basis for the Eagles.
Two of the most tenured Philadelphia Eagles, one on each side of the ball, could be playing their final game for the team Sunday.
Three weeks ago it looked as though the Philadelphia Eagles were going to make a serious push for a first-round bye in the NFC playoffs while wearing the NFC East crown for a second straight season. Instead, the Eagles now enter the final week of the 2014 season with nothing but pride to play for, and head coach Chip Kelly intends to go all out in order to end the season with a win.
It’s hard to say where exactly it began—this doubt about Chip Kelly—but it’s easy to notice how amplified the doubters have become since the Eagles have lost three-straight games and will be watching January football.
Chip Kelly is promising that his team will do their all to win on Sunday.
The majority of fans are blaming Chip Kelly for the Eagles’ late-season collapse.
Chip Kelly talks on the 94WIP Morning Show, after the Eagles loss to the Redskins.
The Philadelphia Eagles suffered a third straight loss, and the pain that comes with each loss is growing more and more intense. With a 27-24 setback on the road against NFC East rival Washington, the Eagles now see their playoff hopes about to be flushed away.
It has been a difficult year for the Redskins, who enter Saturday’s contest against the Eagles with a record of 3-11. Quarterback controversies as well as losing have made this a difficult football season in the nation’s capital. However, the Eagles are expecting to get the best the Redskins have to offer in a game Chip Kelly’s squad needs to win to keep its playoff hopes alive.
After sputtering against Seattle and putting together an inconsistent effort against Dallas, the offensive unit knows time is running out. With just two games left on the regular season schedule, the Eagles will need to produce more points or their playoff hopes will fade away.
Marcus Mariota is receiving extremely high praise from respected football people.
Is this Eagles’ success a failure if they miss the playoffs? Well, it depends on your perspective.
Nick Foles will not be available for the Eagles’ Week 16 game against the Redskins.