The Philadelphia Eagles are 1-3 and in last in the NFC East, but head coach Chip Kelly isn't worried.
The way Kelly sees it, the Eagles are only a play or two away from being 3-1.
"We've lost three games by 15 points, so you hit two kicks, and we're sitting here 3-1 and everyone's happy," Kelly told Philly.com. "It's razor-thin, so you don't throw the baby out with the bath water and say, 'OK, we're going to change our offense, change our defense, and change everything we're doing with our approach.' We need to settle down, take a deep breath, and when we have an opportunity to make a play, make a play."
Of course, the Eagles have yet to figure out their first half offensive woes. In the team's three losses, the Eagles have a total of three points in the first half.
The running game is still an issue as well, as high-priced free agent DeMarco Murray is averaging 1.6 yards per carry.Back to the Philadelphia Eagles Newsfeed