All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Chip Kelly Spread Offense’

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    The Huff-Kelly Reunion

    It’s only year two of the Chip Kelly era in Philadelphia, and the Eagles have already overhauled their receiver group. They released three-time Pro Bowler DeSean Jackson and veteran slot receiver Jason Avant. They re-signed Riley Cooper and Jeremy Maclin. Then, they traded up in the …

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    Is Oregon Adding a Tight End Twist?

    We veterans of Oregon football are accustomed to the usual movements within the Inside and Outside Zone Read play and their blocking schemes.  Yet in the Fiesta Bowl we ran something unusual with our tight end…. a twist within our Zone Read plays?  How did …

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    Why Chip Kelly will Win Super Bowls at Philadelphia

    By Charles “FishDuck” Fischer The fans of Philadelphia have no idea what they are about to witness.  The greatest sports experience of their lives is about to unfold over the next four years, and they will be delighted with the winning, but confounded by the …

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    Chip Kelly’s “No-Read” Inside Zone Play

    The Chip Kelly Oregon spread offense is NOT zone reading on some plays?  This offense is known for the infamous read option of a defensive lineman or linebacker as we fans work to determine who is getting zone read on a particular play.  It seems …

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    Is Chip Kelly Slowing Down the Ducks?

    Okay, breathe.  As of this morning, it appears that the Ducks coach has decided to stick around.  I think everybody, outside of Mark Helfrich, can breathe that big sigh of relief.  Done.  Now let’s talk about what we saw in the Fiesta Bowl Thursday night. …

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    What Every NFL Fan Should Know about Chip Kelly

    For the fans of Philadelphia—know that I hate this, but there are some important elements to Charles “Chip” Kelly you should know about and his unique offense.  I am taking time from our own bowl coverage to continue our mission at FishDuck.com, and that is …

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