Eagles start fast, hold on
Fast? That word was often associated with the Chip Kelly's new Philadelphia Eagles offense before Monday night's game against the Washington Redskins, and it certainly didn't disappear early on. That's because the Eagles jumped to a 33-7 lead thanks to LeSean McCoy's running, Michael Vick's throwing and the defense's dominance of the Robert Griffin III-led team (whose first score came on a fumble return). Washington didn't roll over; it was an onside kick away from having a chance to win. But so far, so good for the new-look Eagles. As for RG III? He might need some time to get un-rusty.