How the New York Giants Can Slow Down Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles

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How the New York Giants Can Slow Down Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles
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How the Giants can Slow Down Chip Kelly

The New York Giants defense in 2012-13 was historically bad.

Coming off a spectacular Super Bowl win, the Giants defense—who played so good during their six game championship run—was suppose to carry over their dominance in 2012-13.

Instead, the Giants took a major step backwards. By allowing a miserable 6,134 total yards and 383.4 yards per game, Big Blue ended their 2012-13 season by producing one of the worst defenses in franchise history.

Now with Chip Kelly riding into town on his fast tempo high horse, the New York football Giants have a chilling task ahead of them.

Figuring out a way to slow down Kelly and his new look Philadelphia Eagles offense coming off a horrendous 2012-13.

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