The Philadelphia Eagles have instilled a new era with the hire of Chip Kelly, whose creative offensive mind translated to instant success at the college level during his tenure at Oregon. Now, Kelly tackles the challenge of bringing his offensive game plan to the NFL, a league where the spread offenses and mobile quarterbacks shine the brightest.
While Kelly's offense is a dynamic game plan, it's evident that only certain players are going to be able to handle the extreme up tempo offense that the former Ducks head coach will implement beginning this offseason.
The new contributors to the Eagles offense is likely to come through the draft, especially after the franchise learned the hard way about spending money at all costs.
Who can benefit from playing in this offense? Here are ten building blocks that could be effective moving forward.