Offensive Shutout Not Unprecedented For Kelly
Offensive shutout wasn’t unprecedented for Chip Kelly
When the Eagles scored only seven points on Sunday via a special-teams snap from the Giants that even Trey Junkin would say was bad, my first thought was that it was the first time that Chip Kelly’s high-speed offense ever had been shut out.
Pro Football Talk on NBCSN research specialist Aaron Feldstein advises that Kelly’s offense was kept scoreless in November 2007, when Kelly was in his first season as offensive coordinator at Oregon.
Tags: Philadelphia Eagles