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Zach Ertz lined up to the left of Jason Peters at the Eagles’ 46 yard line. When the ball was snapped, he took off down the seam before turning his head around, finding the ball, making the catch and somersaulting to the ground for an 11-yard gain. Ertz got up, found the official, tossed him the ball, looked towards the sideline for the next play and set up at the exact same spot in-line next to Peters. Not a lot to think about for the rookie after his first career catch. The Eagles were about to run the same play twice in a row. In fact, Chip Kelly called the play three times on one drive in a span of two minutes, two seconds. And in the first quarter alone, he went with it five times. The concept is one we wrote about all preseason: packaged plays. The idea is to combine run and pass options so that calls can be made quickly and the offense can move at a fast pace.

All-22: Eagles Use Same Play Five Times In First Quarter | Birds 24/7
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