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Eagles News: Jason Kelce says he played the worst game of his career

Philadelphia Eagles news and links for 11/16/15.

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Jason Kelce: 'That was the worst game of my entire career' - CSN Philly
If you want a quote, here it is: That was the worst game of my entire career,” Kelce said. “Three penalties. (Bleeping) bad snap. (Bleeping) just a terrible blocking performance. I got to get it corrected. But other than that, that's about all I have to say.”

Handing out 10 awards from the Eagles-Dolphins game - PhillyVoice
For the second time this season, Zach Ertz had a TD called back because the Eagles weren't lined up properly pre-snap. On this occasion, Riley Cooper was called for an illegal shift. "It was completely my fault," said Riley Cooper. Candor is great and all, but Cooper hasn't caught a pass since October 19th. And yet, he's still better than Miles Austin.

Chip Kelly: ‘We Didn’t Play Smart’ - Birds 24/7
“We didn’t play smart.” Chip Kelly spoke for eight minutes and 23 seconds after the Eagles’ 20-19 loss to the Dolphins Sunday afternoon, but that was the gist. That was his biggest takeaway from his team’s fifth loss of the season, a press conference compressed into four brief words. Kelly didn't think his team played a smart enough game to win, and then they didn't. "We had too many penalties that I think negated big gains for us," Kelly said, visibly frustrated by the abundance of flags. "A lot of them -- I think there were only seven of them, when you look at the game sheet, but there were a lot of them that were offsetting. We obviously had more of them. We had way too many penalties on the offensive side of the ball."

Self-inflicted wounds doom Eagles - Daily News
In less than two hours, Chip Kelly's team went from rolling toward its fourth victory in five games to wondering if this was the day that proved its hopes and plans were little more than fantasy, after the Eagles coughed up the win with a backup quarterback and a series of farcical errors.

Bad Day - Iggles Blitz
Brutal loss. The Eagles had everything going right. And then they missed a FG. The rest of the game was a slopfest. Ugh.

Eagles will be just fine with Mark Sanchez instead of Sam Bradford -
Last season, with Sanchez running the offense, the Eagles averaged 2.9 points per drive, the most any quarterback has ever averaged under Kelly, including the 2013 season from Nick Foles, when he was a Pro-Bowl player.  This season, under Bradford, the Eagles are averaging 1.69 points, over a full-point less than they did with Sanchez last season.

Mountain Of Mistakes Leads To Defeat -
It sure looked like it would be an Eagles kind of day early on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. But by the end of a crushing 20-19 defeat, a game that the Eagles just allowed Miami to hang around until the Dolphins took a lead, the Eagles faced an uncertain immediate future, particularly at the quarterback position ...

Peyton Manning benched for Brock Osweiler - SB Nation
Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning was benched and replaced with Brock Osweiler during the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Manning did not appear to be injured. He finished the game going 5-for-20 for 35 yards, four interceptions and a career-worst 0.0 passer rating.

Eagles and NRG are working together to give away tickets, prize packs, and more
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