The biggest reason why the Philadelphia Eagles named Chip Kelly as their newest head coach deals with the expectations for the offense, which has become boring and predictable over the past few seasons.
After setting a franchise record for points scored in 2008, 2009 and 2010, the Eagles dropped to 396 points in 2011 and just 280 in 2012.
Kelly was regarded as an offensive mastermind during his coaching tenure at the University of Oregon. He was brought in to help turn the Eagles into one of the offensive powerhouses in the league.
In his two months as the head coach, Kelly has made some drastic changes to the roster. Expect the 2013 team to have eight to 10 new starters on both offense and defense.
The following slides will highlight six players whose role on the 2013 team will drastically increase from 2012.