One of the more interesting "philosophies" that came out of all of the Chip Kelly "predictions" last offseason was based on one of Chip's Oregon philosophies:
"We want the ball out of the quarterback's hands in 1.5 seconds. That does not mean holding the ball until 2.5, waiting for someone to get open."
This philosophy was then used to argue why Chip Kelly would have no interest in bringing Michael Vick back. Turns out, that not only did Chip bring Vick back, but he named him the starter in August 2013. And you can imagine, according to some early PFF stats, that Chip was not pleased with the performance through the first 2 months. Basically those stats, and a study Jimmy Kempski performed on the 2012 season revealed something similar, show that not only was Vick unable to get the abll out in 1.5 seconds, he wasn't able to get it out, on average, in less than 3 seconds.