Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Kelly: 'I don't think any loss is good'

Cary Williams.
Eagles head coach Chip Kelly isn't totally on board with outspoken cornerback Cary Williams.

Speaking of the Eagles' 48-30 defeat at the hands of the Vikings last Sunday, Williams said "It was good that they knocked us off" because the setback "helped humble us."

Kelly didn't sound happy.

"I don't think any loss is good," Kelly said. "But I think every situation you're in you can learn from it. You've got to learn from all of your experiences and get ready for the next game."

The Eagles were heavy favorites when they rolled into Minneapolis with a five-game win streak. They were outscored 21-8 in the all-important fourth quarter.
Chip Kelly.

While Kelly didn't itemize what he and his team learned, at the top of his list was composure.

"What do we do in critical situations?" Kelly said. "We didn't keep our poise very well in the fourth quarter. There's a lot of things you can learn."

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