Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams expressed his displeasure with head coach Chip Kelly’s practice regime, pointing out that the Eagles have had slow starts in games.
The Philadelphia Eagles have gotten off to a 3-0 start this season, and head coach Chip Kelly in his second year at the helm in Philadelphia.
His offensive philosophy has proven to be possible to use in the NFL, and the Eagles have scored 33.3 points per game, which is good for second in the NFL.
However, their defense has not performed as well as it is tied for 26th in the league with 26 points allowed per game. This may be why cornerback Cary Williams is not pleased with Kelly’s coaching style in the Eagles’ practices.
Williams revealed that he believes Kelly is overworking the Eagles players and that this is a reason the Eagles are starting slow in games. “It’s hard to go out there and fight 60 minutes when you’re fighting throughout the week to make it through one practice,” the Eagles cornerback told ESPN.com.
This situation is sure to put Williams in his coach’s doghouse, and he may be deemed expendable for complaining despite his team being one of the few undefeated teams left in the NFL.