It’s Official: After Last Night’s Debut, Philadelphia Loves Chip Kelly
The Chip Kelly Era has begun, and based on the coach’s debut last night, it is going to be a sweet one. The Eagles overtook the Washington Redskins 33-27, debuting a rapid-fire offense that launched 53 plays by halftime alone.
This being the first Eagles game not headed up by Andy Reid in what feels like millennia, Kelly had a precedent to set with the Philly sports crowd, and set it he did. Last night’s win is the first debut win for an Eagles coach since Rich Kotite did it in 1991.
Philadelphia, naturally, has noticed. Perhaps we’re still in the honeymoon phase with him, but we as a city seem to be in love with Chip Kelly:
— Philly PR Girl LLC (@Philly_PR_Girl) September 10, 2013
Would it be premature to start building my Shrine to Chip Kelly ? #FlyEaglesFly
— Tony Bruno (@TonyBrunoShow) September 10, 2013
First Half Analysis: Do you love Chip Kelly or do you *really* love Chip Kelly? http://t.co/w0W7WEW1GV
— The700Level (@The700Level) September 10, 2013
Chip Kelly is Madden with better graphics.
— M̶i̶k̶e̶ ̶M̶e̶e̶c̶h̶ (@meechone) September 10, 2013
Chip Kelly’s offense has done the unthinkable. He’s made football too fast for Twitter.
— Spike Eskin (@SpikeEskin) September 9, 2013
— Chris Scarduzio (@chrisscarduzio1) September 10, 2013
So, I’m pretty sure Chip Kelly will lead the Eagles to a Super Bowl win within seven years. Which would be nice.
— Brian P. Hickey (@BrianPHickey) September 10, 2013
I only just now found out about the silly Chip Kelly playcalling system. Bart Simpson on the sideline? Whaaaaat?
— ryan petzar (@petzrawr) September 9, 2013
Chip Kelly for mayor in 2015
— Will Bunch (@Will_Bunch) September 10, 2013
Just don’t break our hearts, Chip.