Following the Eagles' embarrassing loss to the Cowboys last week, wide receiver Josh Huff made an interesting comment about Dallas knowing the plays Philadelphia was going to run. Huff later backed off those comments, but now NFL insider is offering some interesting insight on the situation:
Asked people with both opponents if #Eagles signals are out. Nope. Players do think they figured out PHI’s run schemes, based in simplicity— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 27, 2015
With #Cowboys, def. players point to ex-Oregon OL Darrion Weems, now in Dallas, as being a big help in telling them what Chip’s plays were— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 27, 2015
So, Rapoport says teams don't necessarily know the Eagles' signals ... it's just that the players are very familiar with Kelly' offensive schemes. In the case of the Cowboys game, Dallas had an extra advantage of having a former Oregon player familiar with the Eagles' scheme.
Kelly has cited execution issues as one of the biggest problems with the team's offense. The fact that other teams know what's coming has hindered the Eagles' ability to execute thus far. After dropping to 0-2, it's up to Kelly to fix this problem and fast.