One of the major things to watch in 2014 in the continuing evolution of the Chip Kelly offense is the evolution of the packaged plays. We've discussed them extensively on the blog and they have been a regular feature on other sites when talking about Chip Kelly's offense. To open the Top 10 we are going to focus on a series of packaged plays which feature a minimum of 3 reads in the same play. As you will see, in these plays there is both a run and "pass" option built-in. The offensive line will block as though it is always an inside zone running play, but there are built in "pass" options. Let's start with this goalline touchdown against the Redskins:
Of course this ends up being an actual running play. However, based on the reaction of certain defenders on the play, Foles has other options.