Philadelphia Eagles 2010 Offensive Sheme: Expect More Of The Same

July 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Philadelphia Eagles have designated a lot of time recruiting multiple backs during this past offseason, either through free agency (Mike Bell) or the draft (Charles Scott).
Because of the size of the acquired backs, and the deadly skill set young LeSean McCoy brings, it is leading many fans to believe the Birds are going to a more evenly split offensive scheme under first year starting QB Kevin Kolb for the 2010 season.
It is undeniable that the Eagles have the man-power in the backfield to create havoc with second year man LeSean McCoy heading the crew, Mike Bell who is here to help take some of the load off McCoy, and the bruising rookie out of LSU Charles Scott—who just might be more of a contributor than some believe.
It is very easy, from a fan perspective, to get excited about the fact the the Eagles now have the sub-human blend of speed, talent, and power to shift the focus of the offensive scheme from a passing offense to m...

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