It's the last day of preparation for the Eagles at the NovaCare Complex before they travel to Denver for Sunday afternoon's game against the Broncos.
Veteran leaders Brent Celek and Jason Avant have emerged as two of the offense's most steady, dependable players.
Michael Vick is ready for the matchup against Peyton Manning and the Broncos, and he will lead an offense that still has plenty of tricks up its sleeve.
The Broncos stout, first-ranked run defense will pose a major challenge for the Eagles explosive, first-ranked run offense.
Patrick Chung has not practiced all week with a shoulder injury but also has not yet been ruled out by Chip Kelly.
LeSean McCoy is the total package and has emerged as the league's best, most lethal running back.
Rookie Zach Ertz is itching to get an extended chance to show off his array of talents and shine in the Eagles offense.
The Eagles have to exploit Broncos kick/punt returner Trindon Holliday's fumbling tendencies, as well as an overly aggressive Broncos secondary that boasts two of the NFL's top-three culprits in committing defensive penalties.
Chip Kelly utilized his time as offensive coordinator at New Hampshire to create one of football's most prolific offenses.
After going for it on the first fourth down of the season, Kelly has not done so in the two games since and must return to the aggressive ways that resulted in so much success at Oregon.