Chip Kelly

The New York tabloids get all the glory for headline writing. Not on Tuesday. Tuesday is Philly's day.

Chip Kelly was unceremoniously dumped by the Eagles after nearly three seasons, and the newspapers are having a heyday. Here is the blunt, clever headline on the Philadelphia Daily News back page:

Meanwhile, here's the front:

Over at The Philadelphia Inquirer:

Quack away, Philadelphia. Kelly was the head coach at Oregon for four years before getting hired by the Eagles. He made four BCS bowl games, including a BCS National Championship Game. His track record suggests he will have a more positive legacy as Oregon's head coach than as the Eagles' head coach.

The Eagles close out the season behind interim coach Pat Shurmur against the Giants. Look out for some scandalous weekend covers in Philly and NYC, as the 6-9 Eagles and 6-9 Giants square off with no playoff implications.

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