Chip Kelly's offense arrived with a bang in week one of the NFL season.
I watched their blurry coming-out party from the sideline Monday night during their hit-and-run 33-27 sprint past the Washington Redskins, and I'm still not sure what I saw. But I know:
1. This is a revolution.
This is not going away. This is not a gimmick. Chip "Machine Gun" Kelly is in the NFL to stay. This isn't No Huddle. This is No Blinking. This is Nowhere to Hide.
The Eagles ran ...
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