Jeffrey Lurie

No More Stench Of Chip Kelly

Jeffrey Lurie In 2013, Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie made a bold move when he hired Chip Kelly to be the team's head coach. Kelly would replace a legend in Philadelphia in Andy Reid who in 14 seasons as the head coach of the Eagles would go 130-93-1 with one NFC Championship. Lurie [...]

By | 2018-01-26T22:51:30+00:00 January 27th, 2018|Categories: National Football League|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Philadelphia’s NFC East To Lose

In 2016, the Philadelphia Eagles finished in last place in the NFC East. However that was very deceiving being that the Eagles had a record of 7-9. Philadelphia won their last two games of 2016 which were victories over the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys who were each postseason bound. The Eagles used the [...]

2016 NFC East Projections

X-Dallas Cowboys 9-7 After winning the NFC East in 2014, the bar of expectations for the Dallas Cowboys heading into the 2015 National Football League season increased. But when quarterback Tony Romo suffered a broken clavicle last September, the Cowboys chances went up in smoke. Dallas would go 4-12 for their worst season since 1989 [...]

All The Right Moves

Jeffrey Lurie After three years with Chip Kelly running the show as the head coach and de facto general manager of the Philadelphia Eagles, team owner Jeffrey Lurie knew that it was time to make a change. Last December when it became evident that Kelly had lost the Eagles locker room as he [...]

Time To Adjust

Jeffrey Lurie In 2013, Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie made a splash when he went to the the college ranks to find his next head coach. After four years at the University of Oregon, Chip Kelly decided to take his fast paced, spread offense to the National Football League when he agreed to [...]

The Mad World Of Chip Kelly

Chip Kelly There is no doubt that Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly dances to a different beat. Prior to becoming the head coach of the Eagles, Kelly was the head football coach of the Oregon Ducks. In four seasons at Oregon, Kelly's record was 46-7 including three Pac-12 Conference Titles. Kelly built [...]

By | 2015-03-12T15:13:39+00:00 March 12th, 2015|Categories: National Football League|Tags: , , |0 Comments