Eagles Should Hire Chip Kelly

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With Andy Reid's seat getting hotter after each week's loss, the Philadelphia Eagles will surely be in the market for a new head coach in 2013.

Who starts at quarterback is still a matter the Eagles brass needs to determine, but one thing we do know is it has an idea of who it wants at the helm next season.

According to Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network (h/t Kareem Copeland of, the Eagles have expressed interest in Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly. As Lombardi put it, "He's the prettiest girl in the school. Everyone is going after Chip Kelly because of what he brings uniquely offensively."

Kelly would be a great fit for the Eagles. They could use a revamped offense and that is precisely what he excels in.


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