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(Sports Network) - The past meets the future in Philadelphia on Thursday night. Nacer Chadli Belgium Jersey . Perhaps the greatest quarterback in Eagles history, Donovan McNabb, will have his No. 5 jersey retired and will be inducted into the franchises Hall of Fame on the same night his old coach, Andy Reid, returns to the city he called home for 14 years. Reid, the winningest coach in Eagles history, will be on the opposite sideline of Lincoln Financial Field for the first time when he leads his 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs against his former team. The veteran coach piloted the Eagles to a 140-102-1 record, notching six NFC East division titles along with five NFC Championship Game appearances, and a Super Bowl berth before family problems kicked in and familiarity began to breed contempt. "I have great respect for Andy," his successor in Philadelphia, Chip Kelly, said Tuesday. "He was a head coach here for 14 years and if youre a coach in the NFL, anybody that coaches in one spot 14 years, you kind of look to them and say, Holy smokes. "You just walk down these hallways (at the NovaCare Complex) and look at the championships that were won here -- the division championships, conference championships, and what hes done -- hes had a huge impact on this organization. Ive got a ton of respect for him." As badly as things ended for Reid in the City of Brotherly Love, time tends to heal all wounds and he will eventually be recognized for what he was in Philly -- a great football coach. That said, enough time hasnt passed yet and while Reid will likely get a warm reception, this is the game everyone in town has circled. Call it the "Big Red Bowl." "In this business youre focused in on getting your team ready to play, and so thats where my energy is going to go," Reid said. "I havent really thought about that other part at all. I dont necessarily plan on thinking about that. I want to make sure I concentrate on the game at hand and anything else becomes a distraction and Im not going to let that happen." Reid comes in riding high after Alex Smith finished 21-of-36 for 223 yards and a pair of touchdowns last Sunday, while Ryan Succop hit the deciding field goal early in the fourth quarter as Kansas City nipped Dallas, 17-16, in a Week 2 matchup from Arrowhead Stadium. "When youre trying to build something, you need to win games like this," said Smith. "These are the games you look at in November and December. You need these types of wins, not only the caliber of the win but the style of win." Dwayne Bowe and Jamaal Charles combined for 104 yards and two scores on 12 receptions for the Chiefs, who were coming off an easy win at Jacksonville to begin their 2013 slate. Under Reid Kansas City has already equaled its win total from last season, which was a dismal 2-14 campaign under Romeo Crennel, and the team has a chance to advance to 3-0 for the first time since 2010. Kelly, wowed people during a season-opening win over Washington which featured a high-tempo offense that had everyones head spinning. The rookie head coach, though, stumbled with some game management problems in a Week 2 home loss to San Diego, failing to utilize the clock to his advantage late in the game and also admitting he didnt understand calling a timeout could have enabled him to keep QB Michael Vick on the field for a key play after the veteran was dinged up. With the Eagles trailing by a field goal and just over two minutes remaining Vick, who threw for a career-high 428 yards in the game, was slammed violently to the turf by Chargers defensive lineman Jarius Wynn. The hit came inside the San Diego 20 and forced Vick to leave for one play, a 2nd-and-10 try from the 14 with 2:09 left. "The referee said I had to come off," he said. "I was back up and standing, ready to play (but) the referee told me to come out." Backup Nick Foles came on and lofted a fade pass into the arms of DeSean Jackson, a nice outcome except it came three yards outside the field of play. No doubt groggy and behind the 8-ball on 3rd-and-10, Vick couldnt get anything done and the Eagles were forced to settle for a 32-yard Alex Henery field goal to even things. "I wont say I wasnt hurt," Vick continued. "I wasnt hurt, hurt. If I am standing up Im not hurt. Im ready to go. I think that was unfortunate for my team but the referees are doing their jobs." "I actually said we couldnt (call a timeout and get Vick back in the game)," Kelly admitted on Monday. "I didnt think we could." After the kickoff San Diego QB Philip Rivers had 1:45 to work with and that meant game, set and match against a porous Philadelphia defense which allowed 539 yards in the contest. "When you look at it in hindsight we didnt score. We kicked a field goal so it was tied. We wanted to try to score a touchdown, go up four, and then make them have to drive the entire field at that point in time," Kelly said. "So obviously when you look back at it, we probably should have ran the clock down." Jackson hauled in nine balls for 193 yards for Philadelphia while LeSean McCoy registered 114 yards receiving on five catches and ran for 53 yards on 11 carries in defeat. The Eagles lead their all-time series with the Chiefs 4-2, including a 2-0 mark in Philadelphia. In their only meeting at the Linc, the Eagles won 34-14 in 2009. WHAT TO WATCH FOR The honeymoon for Kelly in Philadelphia lasted all of six days. He was the toast of the town after thumping Washington with his innovative offense in Week 1 but some fundamental coaching flaws, along with his undermanned defense cost his team a very winnable game against a lightly-regarded Chargers team. "Ive made mistakes," Kelly said. "I think weve all made mistakes. Thats what this game is all about. No one coaches a perfect game, no one plays a perfect game. But youve got to learn from those mistakes and hope that they dont happen again. Weve been in these situations and say, hey, weve been in this before, what did we do in that situation, didnt work out for us, so next time when we come back, we dont want to do it again." The Philadelphia team we all expected to see showed up against San Diego. The Eagles offense remained dynamic but left a number of plays on the field while the defense -- especially the pass defense -- struggled mightily against Rivers and his favorite target, Antonio Gates. The 539 yards allowed against San Diego were the most the franchise has allowed at home since Nov. 11, 1962 when Vince Lombardis Packers put up 628. Its also the first time the Philadelphia D has given up more than 500 yards at home since 1971 against the 49ers. The final line of defense for the Eagles -- safeties Patrick Chung, Nate Allen and rookie Earl Wolff -- was particularly bad and couldnt contain a receiving group which lost its biggest asset, Malcom Floyd, to a scary looking DeMeco Ryans shot to the head early in the third quarter. "Right now there arent any safeties on the street, I can tell you that," Kelly said. "So were going to play with the ones weve got." Some Philadelphia players privately groused that Rivers knew exactly what defenses they were in, casting doubts on the inventiveness of defensive coordinator Billy Davis schemes. "Theyd get up, take a look, then come back, sometimes they checked, we checked, and then they checked again," Kelly explained. "I think when youre playing a quarterback like Philip Rivers, I think basically they put the game in his hands and he was making a lot of checks at the line of scrimmage depending on the looks we were presenting. Thats what you get when youre going against someone as talented as him." Smith may not be quite as talented as Rivers but he is 21-5-1 in last 27 NFL starts so the Eagles will be facing another savvy signal caller who is going to key and diagnose rather quickly. The problem for the Chiefs, however, is they dont have the type of dynamic offensive unit that can win a shootout like San Diego did against Philly. Bowe is a solid receiver and Charles is a home run threat out of the backfield but Reid is using a more conventional approach to offense in Kansas City and that means playing it close to the vest, limiting turnovers and winning games late, a philosophy that may be untenable against the Eagles. "It means a lot, so I hope we go out there and play for our coach," Charles told ESPN. "You know what Im saying? I know he has a lot of love for his Eagles, he worked there a lot of years and he probably wishes he was still coaching there." Philadelphias 954 total yards on offense currently ranks second in the league, only 11 behind the Packers, and the team boasts the NFLs leader in receiving, Jackson, as well as rushing, McCoy. "This is a really good offensive system, and I think Chip proved that at Oregon and its based on really solid things," Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton said. "You get caught up in the tempo, which they do a great job of, but really the way the system is run is really good." Disrupting Vicks timing is paramount and thats where the Chiefs impressive front seven comes in. Big nose tackle Dontari Poe has 3 1/2 sacks already this season and has really elevated his game, while Kansas City features three Pro Bowl linebackers: veteran Derrick Johnson and pass rushers Justin Houston and Tamba Hali. OVERALL ANALYSIS There is a growing concern in Philadelphia that Kelly might be the bizarro Buddy Ryan in that he only cares about offense. So far, it looks like Kellys vaunted offensive schemes are translating well but he rarely had to worry about "silly things" like the defensive side of the ball or clock management at Oregon. The learning curve is going to be much steeper than most thought in those aspects. That said, even though Reid seems rejuvenated in Kansas City, the Chiefs just dont have the firepower to win the type of game you can win against the Eagles. Meanwhile, the short week of preparation works against a defense trying to catch up to Kellys tempo. "There are great coaches in this league, and I think every coach probably tells you on these Thursday nights that it is a quick turnaround and you just have to go," Reid said. "Its something you have to do. You buckle down and make sure that you get it done. Chip (Kelly) has done a great job there, obviously, the numbers are phenomenal. It should be an exciting game." Toby Alderweireld Belgium Jersey . 25 against Miami. Hillis left Browns Stadium about two hours before kickoff, a decision that has led to speculation he was upset over ongoing negotiations with the club on a contract extension. Vincent Kompany Belgium Jersey . Off-Season Game Plan looks at what the Blue Jackets may do to build upon last seasons success to return to the playoffs again next year. http://www.belgiumsoccerpro.com/Thibaut-Courtois-Belgium-Jersey/ . The Canucks figured to be active prior to Wednesdays trade deadline, getting a jump on things the previous day when they dealt goaltender Roberto Luongo to the Florida Panthers for netminder Jacob Markstrom and forward Shawn Matthias.With the 2014 CFL Draft set to take place Tuesday in Toronto, CFL on TSN analyst Duane Forde breaks down the top prospects. Today, he looks at receivers. 1. Devon Bailey (St. Francis Xavier) You Should Know: The former high school volleyball player is a two-time AUS All-Star.The Good: He uses his 64", 205 lbs. frame to his advantage by being physical with defenders and winning battles for jump balls.The Bad: He is still raw as a receiver and needs significant work to refine his route running skills. 2. Kris Bastien (Concordia) The Good: He is a playmaker, having led the Stingers in both receiving yards per game and touchdown catches in each of the last three seasons.The Bad: His production doesnt match his impressive physical ability. 3. Scott MacDonell (Queens) The Good: As a 65" receiver with sub-4.7 speed, he has a very large catching radius and, at 230 lbs., he can also play in tight end sets.The Bad: His strength will need to improve in order for him to take full advantage of his size. 4. Tore Corrado (Simon Fraser) The Good: Hes a two-time Great Northwest Athletic Conference All-Star kick returner and, despite not being a starting receiver, he has played a lot in the Clans spread offence.The Bad: Hes slight at 60", 175 lbs. and will need to get stronger to compete against CFL DBs. 5. Jordan Catterall (St. Francis Xavier) The Good: The 2010 AUS Rookie of the Year and two-time conference All-Star posted the second fastest 40-yard dash among draft eligible players at last springs East West Bowl.The Bad: Hes a smaller receiver at 510", 180 lbs., and is still recovering from a knee injury (torn ACL) that abbreviated his 2013 season. Other Contenders: • Alexander Fox (Bishops) – 57", 185 lbs; led the nation with 1009 receiving yards and 12 TD in 8 games last season; 3rd in CIS in 2013 with 21.5 yards per catch; 24 bench press reps, 4.64 forty at CFL Combine• Evan Pszczonak (Windsor) – 60", 180 lbs.; 1344 receiving yards over last two seasons ranks third among draft eligible receivers; topped CFL Combine with 40" vertical; also 3rd among CFL Combine receivers with 4.59 forty• Alex Pierzchalski (Toronto) – 64", 225 lbs.; led all draft eligible receivers with 51 catches in 2013; 4.82 forty, 14 bench press reps at CFL Combine• Kit Hillis (Saskatchewan) – 58", 175 lbs.;103 catches over the last two seasons leads all draft eligible receivers; led CIS with 132.8 receiving yards per game in 2012; 4.71 forty and 12 bench press reps at CFL Combine• Brian Marshall (Western) – 60", 200 lbs.;; only Fox (1631) has more yards over the last two seasons than his 1518; despite 4. Marouane Fellaini Belgium Jersey. 90 forty at CFL Combine, he leads all draft eligible receivers with an average of 20.5 yards/catch over last two seasons; 22 bench press reps at CFL Combine• Andrew Smith (Manitoba) – 61", 205 lbs.; 41.5" vertical at Edmonton Regional Combine topped all draft eligible players; hurt by 5.00 forty at same event; among draft eligible receivers, his 604 yards in 2013 ranks 4th and 18.9 yards/catch ranks 3rd Also on the Radar (alphabetically): Landon Buch (Regina); Alex Carroll (Queens); Mike Harrington (Concordia); Nathan Heather (Bishops); Francis Lapointe (Sherbrooke); Bryce Lawrence (Western); Jay Smith (Regina); Andrew Thibaudeau (Western); Troy Trentham (Mount Allison); Quincy Van de Cruize (Bishops / Westshore Rebels) Analysis: I suspect that, if you looked at the draft boards of all nine CFL teams, the receivers would be listed in nine completely different sequences. They were the most challenging group to rank, primarily because every prospect has obvious strengths...and equally apparent weaknesses. Like the O-Line, this group was also impacted slightly by the changes to the draft eligibility rules, which led to the reclassification to 2015 of Simon Frasers Lemar Durant, who wouldve been a potential #1 overall pick. Legitimate burners Bobby Pospischil (Simon Fraser) and Matt Uren (Western) were also reclassified. In the absence of Durant, there is no "total package" in the group so, even more than usual, where a team ranks a given player will depend upon what skills and physical attributes they value the most for their team or system. For my money, Bailey has the highest ceiling, as big, athletic body who relishes contact. He didnt need to run great routes to be successful in the CIS but those skills will improve as an adjustment to facing better competition on a daily basis, particularly on a team with solid veteran mentors. Bastien may be the most polished receiver at this stage, especially among the bigger targets, and that wont go unnoticed. Look for MacDonnel to garner some relatively early attention as well. Much like fullbacks, the demand for tight end bodytypes exceeds the supply, making them particularly valuable to any team with that specific need. If a team is looking for a non-import Z receiver (wide side WR), the smallish size of some of the top prospects may be less of an issue for them. Overall though, the lack of unanimity in terms of opinion could lead to the 2014 Draft being the third one in a five-year span where no receivers are chosen in the first round. Jerseys NFL Cheap China NFL Hoodies Wholesale Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NFL Hoodies ' ' '

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