Chip Kelly and the Eagles sharp in victory over Redskins

     The Philadelphia Eagles new 2013 Chip Kelly offense might end up putting them in the playoffs. The Eagles defeated the division champion Redskins 33-27. In the first half the Eagles ran 53 offensive plays and scored 26 points. The score could have been 40 to 20, but the officials did not make a very good call on the Eagles' first drive. Michael Vick made a pass that was knocked down and picked up by the Redskins. It was ruled a lateral pass.


     LeSean 'Shady' McCoy and DeSean Jackson combined for 293 all purpose yards and a couple of touchdowns in the win.

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