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Polking the Bear


#14 is one of several plays on the list from the Winter Wonderland game against the Detroit Lions. It highlights specifically one of the ways in which Chip Kelly continued to evolve his rush offense in 2013.

Eagles Film Review: #18 What a Drag


The Chip Wagon has been breaking down the Top 25 plays of the inaugural Chip Kelly season. #18 is a bit tough to swallow as it features one of former Eagle Desean Jackson's best individual efforts on the season.

Eagles Film Review: Sproles on Wheels


The Chip Wagon is breaking down the Top 25 offensive plays of the inaugural Chip Kelly season all offseason long. #22 re-visits a concept the Eagles went back to time and time again throughout the season and a concept that is likely here to stay...

All-22: The Little Things Make a Champion


The key to the NFC East championship win last Sunday night was great effort and savvy from all three facets. However, saving one particular defender, the secondary played their game of the year.

All-22: Dashing Through the Snow


It's still about blocking and a tip of the hat to Howard Mudd.

All-22: Continuing to Peel Back the Onion


Chip Kelly continues to show familiar looks with small modifications that have to be giving opposing defenders nightmares.

All-22: Breaking Down Chip Kelly's Screen Game


With the read-option, bubble screens, packaged plays, and a blur pace; Chip Kelly has quietly snuck in an explosive screen game

All-22: Killing the Clock


How the Eagles closed the game out against the Packers on their final drive.

How Do You Stop the Chip Kelly Offense?


One week after proclamations that Chip Kelly's offense has been figured out, we are once again asking how can it be stopped.

The Evolution and Anatomy of a Chip Kelly Play


The Chip Wagon details one of the secrets Chip Kelly's offensive success in the NFL

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