ESPN football-talker, former NFL player, and current chili sauce salesman Mark Schlereth went on 97.5 The Fanatic and made a statement about Chip Kelly's offense: He does not like Chip Kelly's offense.
On Chips offense: "So far it hasn't worked at (either college or the pros) I just think it's limited." - @markschlereth— 975TheFanatic (@975TheFanatic) September 17, 2015
It's a bold statement, one that inspires a review of the points scored and yards gained by Chip Kelly's past offenses:
CHIP KELLY'S EAGLES OFFENSE
2013: 442 PTS (4th in NFL); 6676 YDS (2nd)
2014: 474 PTS (3rd); 6348 YDS (5th)
CHIP KELLY'S OREGON OFFENSE
2009: 469 PTS (11th in the nation), 5356 YDS (28th)
2010: 608 PTS (1st), 6899 YDS (4th)
2011: 645 PTS (2nd), 7319 YDS (3rd)
2012: 645 PTS (1st), 6986 YDS (4th)
When faced with such rebuttals, Schlereth made a joke about the Eagles not having a 'points championship trophy,' a joke he liked so much he used it twice in the span of 60 seconds.