The Philadelphia Eagles lost their first game of the season to the Washington Commanders in Week 10.

Now, they are fired up and ready to get back in the win column against the Indianapolis Colts, who have some issues of their own.

There is a ton of drama surrounding the Colts, but most of it is all centered around one thing.

As many of you may know by now, the Colts fired their former head coach Frank Reich. Their coaching search for an interim didn’t last long, as it was later announced that former Colts center and ESPN analyst Jeff Saturday would be named head coach.

Saturday has zero NFL or college coaching experience, which is where the drama comes in.

Even after getting his first career win, and the Colts’ fourth win of the season over the Las Vegas Raiders last week, in his first week, there is still drama. Saturday isn’t qualified, and people want him out.

However, Eagles’ All-Pro center Jason Kelce has a different opinion on the man that has everyone stirred up.

“The first two years of my career, I spent a lot of time watching Jeff Saturday tape. …He was the guy, for me being an undersized player and running the same system and a lot of the same plays, that I tried to emulate my game after,” Kelce said on Thursday.

The Colts played with a different energy last week, and played for Saturday, on Sunday. That is something we could see carry over to this week.

Now, the Colts aren’t a great team, but they can beat you if you aren’t careful.

As for Kelce, he isn’t worried about what everyone is saying about Saturday, and in my opinion, it seems as if he was backing the decision. So far Saturday has done well.

Then again, it’s been one full week against a bad team.

We will have to revisit that thought after this week, as the Colts play one of the best teams in football.

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