Originally Posted by Trogdor
Year 2 is more important than anything to this conversation. A lot of teams/players have looked amazing and on the brink of epic success only for the sophomore slump. Defenses take a year to catch up as well. Next year Foles & company will be facing defenses with a year's worth of tape and an entire off-season to analyze them.
Best example would another division rival. The Redskins looked destined for massive success after their offensive explosion last year and yet they are in the cellar with 3 wins and starting their backup QB over their savior.
As Bill Parcells would say, "We've got a ways to go here. So put away the anointing oil".
Not going to lie though the Eagles are looking REALLY good in their first year under Kelly.
Exactly, the wild cat looked to be unstoppable at one point. Lets see what Defensive coordinators cook up after a offseason watching the tube. I will say that their tempo does cause communication disruption when defenses have make playcalls without a huddle.