The Philadelphia Eagles finished Week 2 with just 10 points, and their final touchdown came as they trailed by 17 points with time running out in the fourth quarter. This is not what head coach Chip Kelly envisioned when he restructured the roster on offense this offseason. After the ugly performance, Kelly confirmed that everyone on the offense will be held accountable.
Quarterback Sam Bradford finished just 23-of-37 for 224 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. When pressed on whether or not Bradford's performance will come under the gun this week, Kelly confirmed that his upcoming evaluation includes, “everybody; coaches, everybody,” per NFL.com.
Bradford certainly can't be blamed for the Eagles' offensive woes in their entirety. The running game couldn't get anything going with DeMarco Murray — 13 carries for two rushing yards — and even Kelly's play calling has come under fire since the conclusion of the game. Kelly's hand-picked roster needs to come together fast.