The Eagles' 2013 season was defined by transitions at important positions. Chip Kelly moved on from the University of Oregon to replace Philadelphia's long-time coach, Andy Reid. Kelly made a name with his team's high-powered offense at the collegiate level, and his system translated to the pros. The Eagles led the league in rushing (160.4 yards per game) and finished ninth in passing (256.9 yards per game). Kelly's offense also led to increased scoring, as the Eagles averaged 27.6 points per game, ranking fourth in the NFL, en route to a 10-6 record. Nick Foles also replaced an injured Michael Vick in Week 5, and turned the ball over only four times in 10 starts the rest of the way. He posted a phenomenal 27:2 TD:INT ratio for the season and took the Eagles to the playoffs, where they lost to the Saints in the Wild Card round.
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