The Eagles whoosh past the Redskins in a Chip Kelly blur

OK, Chip Kelly actually DOES play frenetic football.

Faster than a hiccup. Faster than a blink. Faster than a speeding bullet. Faster than the speed of light. Faster than you know what through a goose after a trip to Taco Bell. Faster than Obama’s descent from divinity.

The Eagles were faster than Usain Bolt in the first half en route to an astonishing 33-27 win over a rusty RGIII and the Washington Redskins at FedEx Field Monday night.

Hell, the Birds were even faster than FedEx.

Michael Vick and Shady McCoy were playing pinball football to great success and the only question now is who will get exhausted first — the Eagles, their opponents or the fans?

Let’s all toast Chip and the Eagles with an energy drink tonight. And fasten our seat belts.


One thought on “The Eagles whoosh past the Redskins in a Chip Kelly blur

  1. Murray says:

    Seems like the game plan was to play at a high tempo, build a lead, and then try to hold onto it for dear life. They could very well have lost and I did not find watching the second half enjoyable. The Skins were picking up the blitz very well and were moving the ball almost at will at times there. It brought back memories (not good ones) of Marion Campbell and his ‘bend but don’t break’ defense. I feel Washington was able to make better in-game adjustments than the Eagles and that also bothered me. I can’t get too excited about this game because RG III did not have a good first half no doubt due to being a bit rusty. So, I’m still in a ‘wait and see’ mode with the Eagles. They started out great, but I didn’t like the way they finished.

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