NFL Players Have Doubts Eagles Can Maintain Up-Tempo Attack

michael-vick-philadelphia-eagles-starting-quarterback_2013The Philadelphia Eagles’ offense may be fun to watch, but some NFL players have doubts they can continue running coach Chip Kelly’s up-tempo attack every week.

Veterans know staying healthy is a prerequisite for success in the NFL. And Green Bay receiver Jordy Nelson, for one, saw signs of trouble during Philadelphia’s 33-27 win against the Washington Redskins on Monday night.

“Just watching the game from the outside, you could already see (Michael) Vick struggling getting off the field every once in a while,” Nelson said. “The guys are a little older in the league, so they could start breaking down.

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