The Eagles won, but just barely, against the Browns in the 2012 opener.
Philadelphia overtook Cleveland, 17-16, despite four interceptions by Michael Vick.
Four interceptions is four interceptions, but when you're tossing the ball 56 times in a game, it's likely some of them will go the other way.
A viable question is: Why did Andy Reid call that many passing plays against the Browns, who had the third-worst rush defense the year before?
This, and Reid's general opposition to running the football, baffled many throughout the latter parts of his time in Philadelphia.
With a new coach comes a new philosophy, and Chip Kelly will emphasize balance on offense.
It's almost a lock that Kelly will run the ball more than Reid if his time at Oregon is any indication.
In the past two years combined, Kelly's offense in Eugene has averaged 28.2 passing attempts and 48.8 rushing attempts per game.
If this is any indication of the future in Philadelphia, it's that the Eagles will be more deliberate with the running game.
It makes sense, considering the depth at the position with superstar LeSean McCoy, playmaker Bryce Brown, Felix Jones and intriguing youngster Chris Polk.
And also, it should help matters with an offensive line that's expected to improve and gain health in comparison to last year.