They don't try to run as many plays as possible, they try to run all their plays as quickly as possible. Obviously that will result in running more plays. But they set or approached records in most team offensive categories. They run a relatively simple offense, where there are usually five players running predetermined routes depending on what position of the field they are on i.e. far outside left, far outside, right, middle, and the two positions inbetween. If that makes sense. One of the reasons that they are so effective is because all their offensive players can line up in any of those spots, and the route is determined by that spot rather than who the player is. That's why you see things like Aaron Hernandez in the backfield and Shane Vereen out wide.He'll try to do what New England does and run as many plays as possible, but what people don't realize is that the Pats are a rare team that pretty much plays everyone at some point during the game, whereas most teams can't afford to do that.
I know New England set a record this year for most first downs in a season, which likely means that they were at least nearing a record number of plays run, if they didn't break it. Chip will probably try to do something like that, and he'll quickly learn that Philly doesn't have the personnel.
If I was the Eagles, I would definitely restructure his contract. Somewhere I read he was not willing to take a pay cut. The nerve of that guy. I'd tell Vick, you either take half of what we agreed or you can go else where and try to get half that much.No probably not. Too much money.