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Here’s what Eagles fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
In his first year as an NFL head coach, Chip Kelly revitalized the Eagles, leading them to a 10-6 record and an NFC East division title with the league’s most explosive offense. For the 2014 season, expectations are running high, despite the loss of star wideout DeSean Jackson. The offense is loaded with new weapons, including former Saint Darren Sproules and rookie wide receivers Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt) and Josh Huff (Oregon). Defensively, the team should be much improved with the off-season signing of another ex-Saint, Malcolm Jenkins, at safety.
Fireworks on Offense
Chip Kelly’s uptempo style of offense suited running back LeSean “Shady” McCoy to a T; the fifth-year player led the league in all-purpose yards with 2,146, a campaign he looks to build on in 2014. Quarterback Nick Foles also enjoyed a breakout season last year, racking up the third highest passer rating in league history. Though he’ll undoubtedly miss Jackson’s ability to stretch defenses, he’ll have another top-flight target in returning wideout Jeremy Maclin, who missed all of the 2013 season with a torn ACL. Maclin has already been participating in team practices at “full go,” in Kelly’s words, so he looks set to join Riley Cooper in what should be one of the league’s most dangerous wide receiver tandems.
No More Quarterback Controversy
While bidding farewell to the inconsistent and perpetually injured Michael Vick, Philly signed former Jet starter Mark Sanchez, who missed all of 2013 with a shoulder injury after leading New York to a 33-29 record over his first four seasons. He joins fellow USC alumnus Matt Barkley as Nick Foles’ backup. Foles, for his part, looks ready to lead the team to another division title in his first full season as starting QB. “My goal is to get a little bit better every day,” he says. “Get better at the footwork, better with fakes, understanding defensive recognition. It’s really all the little things.”
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