Philadelphia Eagles Remaining Steady

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Aug 15, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles safety Colt Anderson (30) during the fourth quarter against the Carolina Panthers at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Panthers 14-9. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Chip Kelly places a heavy emphasis on versatility and adaptability, especially when it comes to special teams. Special teams play is increasingly recognizable as an integral aspect of football, including the aspect pertaining to winning. This includes field goals, kick offs, returns, and even punting. For an example, it is my unwavering belief that Donnie Jones either won or saved two, maybe three games for the Eagles last year. Coach Kelly brought in some guys that are flat-out studs on special teams.

Personally, I hope that the Eagles re-sign safety and special teams ace Colt Anderson. His value, I feel would be hard to replace, and with him on the team going into the upcoming season, the Eagles can become a special teams bully.

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