Meanwhile, Monday night will mark the first regular season game for right tackle
"Lane's going to get tested just because he's young," Kelly said Friday. "If you had your choice, who are you going to try to go against from a tackle perspective? Right now, you've got an All-Pro lining up at left tackle (
"Really for us, it's been a great thing because the one thing he lacked, you knew he had all the athletic ability in the world, was just the experience factor because he was so new to the position - offensive line in general ... I think he knows it. He's going to get tested."
Set to unveil his offense in a meaningful NFL game for the first time, Kelly also addressed the notion that he will be an overwhelmingly run-heavy play-caller. Kelly’s Oregon teams ran the ball nearly 62 percent of the time.
"I've said this before, but they keep looking at the numbers we had at Oregon, and you look at it, but we were up so much at halftime in 80 percent of our games that we didn't have to throw the ball, nor did we throw the ball," Kelly said. "And that was a coach's decisions. That wasn't a player's ability or it wasn't that I don't like to throw. But when you look at everybody's like, 'Well they're a big run-happy team,’ well when you're winning 50-3, you're going to run the ball a little bit more. So I think some of those numbers are skewed. We were a lot more balanced team in the first half of football games than I think people think
"I know that's not going to happen in this league because no one's up 50-3 at halftime. I think you're going to see a lot more balance in terms of us running and throwing the football."
Finally, Kelly addressed the scuffle in Thursday’s practice between
"Our whole deal that we talk about all the time is that you have to play with emotion and not let emotion play with you," said Kelly.
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