Can Eagles' O stay up to speed?

That Philadelphia Eagles offense sure looked blurry Monday night -- for a while. Then it slowed down a bit, perhaps because of fatigue (although the Eagles still beat Washington 33-27). "It's crazy," Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner said. "They ran 50-something plays in the first half and only 20-something in the second half. It shows you they can't keep that type of pace." Wagner was one of several players from around the league to talk about coach Chip Kelly's new system, and question whether Philly can maintain the pace throughout the season. What do you think?

How long will it take the league's defenses to catch up to the Eagles' offense?

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  • How long will the Eagles be able to maintain their offensive tempo?

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      25%
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      9%
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      33%

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  • Would you want your favorite team to implement a fast offense like the Eagles'?

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      42%

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  • Where will the Eagles' offense finish the season ranked?

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      54%
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      15%

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  • How many games will the Eagles win this season?

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      27%
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      36%
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      22%
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      6%

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