Through one game, the new offense being implemented by Eagles coach Chip Kelly looked pretty good. Through the next two, the new offense being implemented by Eagles coach Chip Kelly looked pretty bad.
So does that mean it won’t work?
Tony Dungy of Football Night in America joined PFT Live on Friday to make the case for eventual success for Kelly’s offense. Dungy thinks that the key will be to acquire the right personnel to run the offense the way Kelly wants it to be run.
Dungy, the former Buccaneers and Colts head coach, touched on various other issues, including Andy Reid’s return to Philly, the trade that sent Trent Richardson to Indy, the struggles of the Bucs, and the struggles of the first NFL team for which Dungy played, the Steelers.