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  • Eagles' Kelly: play quantity trumps time of possession

    Eagles' Kelly: play quantity trumps time of possession
    — According to Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly, culture beats scheme every time. Kelly also believes, as he reiterated at Monday's press conference in the aftermath of Sunday's messy 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, that time of...
  • Kelly: Eagles' issues function of execution, not play-calling

    The Sports Xchange NFL Team Report - Philadelphia Eagles - INSIDE SLANT The Philadelphia Eagles turned in their worst offensive performance of the Chip Kelly era in Sunday's 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. They had just nine first downs and 139 net...
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: despite being dominated, Eagles could have won

    Monday Morning Quarterback: despite being dominated, Eagles could have won
    For the glass-half-full section of the concerned audience who viewed yesterday's domination of the Philadelphia Eagles by the Seattle Seahawks, here is some food for thought: they still could have reversed the outcome with a little luck that went all...
  • What They're Saying about the Eagles: 'Not a legitimate Super Bowl Contender'

    What They're Saying about the Eagles: 'Not a legitimate Super Bowl Contender'
    What They're Saying after the Eagles' 24-14 loss to Seattle on Sunday: Eagles Quarterback Mark Sanchez "That's a really good football team that we played, and it showed. They brought a great game plan. They played really well in their zones and really...
  • Seahawks-Eagles: What we learned

    The Sports Xchange By Kevin Noonan, The Sports Xchange Seahawks-Eagles: What we learned PHILADELPHIA -- The Seattle Seahawks once again look like the team that won the Super Bowl last season. That's not good news for the NFC in general and, on Sunday,...
  • Eagles lose 24-14, fail to measure up to Seahawks

    Richard Sherman cupped his ear and antagonized the Philadelphia crowd during the Eagles' 24-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, and the Seahawks cornerback had every reason to gloat. There was no possible retort. The silence of the Eagles' offense spoke...
  • Seattle slows down the Eagles offense and big expectations

    Seattle slows down the Eagles offense and big expectations
    Exactly 44 Sundays after they won the Super Bowl, the Seattle Seahawks showed they're still probably the best team in football. Just as they did 10 months earlier about 96 miles north on I-95, the Seahawks proved on Sunday in a not-as-close-as-it-...
  • Seahawks prey on punchless Eagles' offense

    Seahawks prey on punchless Eagles' offense
    The Not Ready for Prime Time Players remained not ready for prime time. Quarterback Russell Wilson masterfully improvised his way to 263 passing yards and 48 more on the ground and the Seattle Seahawks held the Philadelphia Eagles to 139 yards and...
  • McCoy finds Eagles career rushing record to be bittersweet

    McCoy finds Eagles career rushing record to be bittersweet
    — LeSean McCoy would have traded some yards for a win. The Philadelphia Eagles running back certainly has enough of them — a franchise-best 6,451 for his career, in fact. Alas, he surpassed the previous leader, Wilbert Montgomery, during a...
  • NFL's Mark Sanchez compares Seahawks' Pete Carroll, Eagles' Chip Kelly

    NFL's Mark Sanchez compares Seahawks' Pete Carroll, Eagles' Chip Kelly
    The most intriguing NFL matchup of Week 14 will start with headsets and end with a handshake. It's Seattle's Pete Carroll versus Philadelphia's Chip Kelly, former college coaching rivals now among the league's most innovative defensive and offensive...
  • Seahawks, who play Eagles Sunday, better than the sum of their parts

    For the second straight game, the Philadelphia Eagles will play against a team that has a bruising running back and an elusive quarterback. There is one significant difference, however — this time the Eagles are going toe to toe with the defending...