Chip Kelly Fired in Philly

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  1. Johnny_U

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  2. Riggins44

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    What a bullsh*t decision. He went 10-6 his first two seasons and was 6-9 this season. So 26-21 over three seasons, and he gets fired???? Would this have happened to a black coach who went 26-21? Do we even need to ask? Maybe, just maybe, they pulled the plug on him so fast because the Eagles became one of the most White-friendly teams in the league the last three seasons? And several of the lowlife negroids he got rid of over the past three years squealed "RAYCISSM!!!" and others threw him under the bus? Please. If this team was 80% black and he went 26-21, you can bet your ass his job would have been safe as could be.

    Though I will admit, his decision to get rid of Foles and bring in Bradford was really, really bad.
     
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    Chip Kelly is going to be allright. He is going to be highly sought after and hopefully he continues his white friendly ways. Cleveland would be a nice stop for him.

    Just to show how biased the sports media is, here is a snippet from the Philadelphia Inquirer before Kelly got fired, about how Kelly had lost the team, why? Because the respected Pro Bowl left tackle Jordan Peters took himself out of the final throes of the Birds' 38-24 loss to Washington Saturday night, because he "didn't want the risk of getting hurt for a team that is not going to the playoffs"?

    The article goes on to say that the incident should cause one to seriously ponder the pattern of Kelly's relationships with talented players.

    Is that what one should ponder? How about pondering the idea of a team leader and veteran giving up on his team? How about pondering the millions of dollars the organization gives to this guy to bail on his teammates because they aren't going to the playoffs?

    How is this possibly about the coach when it should be about a player that quit on his team. Of course the respected Jordan Peters and his completely undeserving Pro Bowl election is more a symbol of what is wrong with the NFL then anything else. Kelly should bolt back to the college game where at least the dysfunctional players leave after a year or two.
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    I am guessing Demarco Murray will go pretty much unscathed in this whole thing. It sounds like he planted a bug in the ear of the owner that Kelly lost respect of the locker room.

    I hope Chip Kelly replicates his team building philosophy with a different franchise.
     
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    Hopefully Chip does indeed get hired by someone soon. Yes Cleveland would be a great place to land since they are already one of the most White friendly teams in the league. He could keep Manziel as the starter and draft Bosa with the Browns' #1 or #2 overall pick.

    On BSPN the comments were pretty much half and half for and against Chip, maybe slightly more than half for him. Some DWF said that Kelly only went 10-6 his first two seasons because he inherited Andy Reid's talented players, which Kelly got rid of. Hey idiot, Reid went 4-12 his last season with those same players! Kelly took the team from 4-12 to 10-6 in one season!

    Chip is a talented coach. His success at Oregon and his first two seasons with the Eagles shows that. He was rebuilding the team according to his vision, and needed more than one season to make it work. Philly's ownership is going to regret losing their spine and going wobbly on him and giving into the caste system pressure.
     
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    It sounds like Howie Roseman had a bug in Lurie's ear and got Kelly fired after an internal power struggle. I always find it odd how an owner can lean so much on a mediocre personnel guy. Roseman is not some genius personnel guru but somehow has Lurie's confidence. It much like the Dolphins with Mike Tannenbaum who did not do much with the Jets but gets to have his career recycled in Miami. Again, this is where the problems reside within the caste system - retread personnel experts deeply entrenched and perverted by their caste indoctrination.

    Kelly did have a good record - but as many have said he made some questionable decisions - Bradford over Foles, overpaying for Murray who was a poor fit in his offense and a malcontent and I would even argue getting rid of Tebow after a solid preseason. I am also not totally convinced his offense could work seamlessly with the right QB. Kelly did refuse to adjust his scheme and ran a much more horizontal rather than vertical offense - especially in the running game.

    The logical landing spot for Kelly would be the Titans and Mariota. As Riggins said - Cleveland would be a nice landing spot with Manziel. The thing with Kelly is will he drop his ego and philosophy to adapt it to the NFL game to an extent.

    I guess the silver lining is we won't have to worry about the media saying how Kelly needs to get the Toucan or the Gremlin in Philadelphia to run his offense successfully. Bradford will be a somewhat highly sought after free agent and will probably start somewhere next year and depending on the Eagles coaching decision they may draft one of the many very good white QBs available in the 2016 draft.
     
  7. Don Wassall

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    There's another connection there. Philly and Miami both have Jewish owners, and Roseman and Tannenbaum are also part of the tribe. This is how they network to promote their own, but if you point out their racism, then you're the one who's racist (or castigated with the oxymoronic "anti-Semite" or "Nazi" label).

    As for Kelly, he outsmarted himself with all his moves this season. Barkley and Tebow should have been his QB duo instead of Bradford and Sanchez, the signing of both Murray and Matthews was strange, the demoting of Riley Cooper to glorified blocker and the continued underuse of Zach Ertz among other moves. Nelson Agholor was another of those "NFL ready" receivers who turned out to be a bust. His offense became less dynamic in each of his three seasons, which put more stress on a weak defense.
     
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    Nice post Don. It is amazing how pretty much every single top WR drafted this year has busted besides Cooper for Oakland.

    Jason Peters also pulled himself out of the game on Saturday and rather being chided by the media and fans they decided to spin it and say that Kelly lost the team. Peters has been one of the more overrated LTs in the game and the media has constantly tried to label him as the premier LT in the game as the position has been overrun with much better white LTs. I would hope that the Eagles fine Peters for his refusal to play.
     
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    Agree that Peters is way over-rated.

    The Philly o-line was kind of a mystery this season, playing great at times, but terrible at other times.

    I wasn't impressed with Bradford. I wasn't impressed with Foles either, which is why I still say screwing over Matt Barkley by not giving him an opportunity was Kelly's biggest mistake.
     
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    That is where me (and extra point) disagree with you - on Foles lol. Foles would of been in his third year in the system and had a winning record as the Eagles starter.

    I have never been a Bradford guy - I didn't understand why he was the 1st overall pick and viewed as highly as he was. I was impressed with his toughness this season. I think he could be a solid starting QB like Matt Schaub at his best.

    Kelly not giving Barkley a shot was dumb, he should of been kept over Sanchez. Tebow could of easily been an offensive weapon for the Eagles as well.
     
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    Cleveland or Tennessee I see as possible landing spots for Kelly. Philly will DEFINITELY darken up. No doubt about it.
     
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    I found this article by Bob Ford of philly.com on why Kelly was fired, which gives the real reason though it requires reading between the lines a bit:

    "The next coach might be many different things, according to Lurie. He could be another college coach, or an NFL coach with head coaching experience, or maybe an up-and-coming coordinator or position coach. He could specialize in either offense or defense, might be young, or he might be more veteran. The field is open. One thing the next guy is going to do, however, and you can bet every dollar on it, is he's going to say hello to people in the hallway. Kelly failed as a coach, but he might still have his job if he cared a little more about the interpersonal side of things. 'We're looking for someone who interacts very well and communicates clearly with everybody he works with and comes in touch with,' Lurie said. 'You've [also] got to open your heart to players and everybody you want to achieve peak performance. I would call it a style of leadership that values information from all the resources provided, but at the same time values emotional intelligence.'"

    http://www.philly.com/philly/sports...ecided_he_d_hat_it_with_Chip_Kelly_s_act.html

    Translation: Kelly didn't go along with the unwritten rules of the NFL's Caste System. Rosters, locker rooms, style of play, and coaching style must always acknowledge that the league is a "black thing." Coaches now must openly love their players. Not nodding to one in a hallway is an egregious mistake, one that the super-fragile psyche of blacks can't take. Blacks are to be coddled, hugged and sometimes even kissed on the sideline after a big play, while stupid plays and poor fundamentals are often ignored or winked at. Vince Lombardi, Don Shula, Chuck Noll, Paul Brown and a slew of other very successful head coaches would not be allowed to coach today unless they altered their personality to be more like that of Bill Cowher, Steve Mariuchi, Dick Vermeil, Pete Carroll and the rest.

    Kelly also wanted his players to work hard and play fast, which is no longer possible in the NFL, and probably more difficult every year to implement at the college level. I found this quote today from CB Brandon Boykin, who was traded from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh earlier this season: "[Mike] Tomlin treats players like professionals and grown men." Boykin added that Kelly didn't respect many of the Eagles, and he wasn't surprised by his former coach's dismissal with one game left in the season Tuesday. "I think the players realized that a long time ago. Now the world knows. You can't trick players or pretend to be someone you're not if the results aren't there. The guys who were man enough to make a difference and do something about it were axed or Kelly acted like there were sour grapes or whatever. We were telling the truth, and people see that now. We are grown men, and he overlooked that aspect of it. He acted like he was better and smarter than people at his level, and that's where the respect was lost."

    In this upside-down society, treating blacks like "grown men" means treating them like overgrown boys, and often overlooking their criminal acts off the field. Kelly did try to treat his players like men, and most couldn't handle it. There hasn't been a single White Eagles player who's criticized Kelly, and after he was fired I saw video of Sam Bradford and Zach Ertz both defending him. Coaches who don't follow the rules of pandering, or who don't realize the NFL is for the most part a jobs program to appease blacks and emasculate Whites, won't last long.
     
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    That whole grown man Schtick blacks try to play has always baffled me. Like you said Don, black affletes and much of the black male population in general are nothing but overgrown boys with underdeveloped brains.

    Kelly was never criticized prior to his stop in philly on his people skills. Oregon never had an issue with him and nor did any of his other stops. Kelly was doing his best to get rid of malcontents on the team and would of probably purged more players this season that did not buy into his philosophy.

    It all goes back to the black privileges nonsense that was spewed by McCoy, Boykin and echoed in the media by Stephen a Smiff regarding Kelly
    not coddling black players.
     
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    Steven A Smiff has jumped on the pile on. He said he was told by players that Chip was not comfortable with groidian players. This is orchestrated effort to never allow a Head Coach to do what Chip did this year. Its a warning shot to all prospective HC and current ones in the NFL. Amerika's slow slide in the sh*tter got a smidgen faster.
     
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    Spot on, Don. Even the talking heads are spewing the aforementioned Caste "logic" about him "losing his team" because of his personality, even calling him "robotic" and other derisive terms. All I could think of was the self-entitled Black affete mentality that is the NFL...
     
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    I have to say CK really rubbed me the wrong way with the way he handled and treated Tebow, but I admire his reluctance and unwillingness to suck up to the nappy headed children on his team. As Don said, they felt they lost "muh respect" for not getting their butt kissed and coddled by Chip. As far as I'm concerned, they can go F--- themselves!
     
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    Don, that was an excellent post and you "read between the Caste lines" like no other. I also think your point about all the great coaches of past eras being unable to operate as disciplinarians in the modern NFL is an astute one. Look at Jim Harbaugh, who we derided at SF for his Caste roster proclivities but not for his coaching style. Like Kelly, he also didn't get the memo and his black team turned on him after a few short years.

    The only guy who breaks this mold, is Bill Belichick. I think the key to his success and longevity is that he and owner Robert Kraft appear to be on the same page. Clearly, Jeff Lurie is more concerned with the feeling of his precious negroes. For Kelly to have a successful run with another squad, the owner is going to have to buy into his philosophy or at least be a very hands-off owner. Can anyone imagine Tennessee or Cleveland's ownership granting Chip that freedom?
     
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    It's too bad about Kelly being fired. Despite his mistakes in trading Foles and Barkley and cutting Tebow he was relatively white friendly.

    The mainstream media is saying he "lost the locker room." I think that is a cover phrase for what they really mean, he refused to grovel before blacks.

    There is speculation that Tennessee might be interested in him. If he does get the job there I hope he doesn't change his coaching style to cater to spoiled blacks.
     
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    I heard on the drive home that Kelly is interested in the 49ers job. I take that to mean they are interested in him also.
     

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