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Did Chip Kelly compare the Philadelphia Eagles to 'crap'?

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 08: Head coach Chip Kelly of the Philadelphia Eagles talks with players during warm-ups prior to the game against the Dallas Cowboys on November 8, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 08: Head coach Chip Kelly of the Philadelphia Eagles talks with players during warm-ups prior to the game against the Dallas Cowboys on November 8, 2015 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Day 1 on the new job for Chip Kelly went about the same as all first days go for new head coaches.

Kelly spoke Wednesday about how great it was to officially join the San Francisco 49ers. He answered questions from the media about the quarterback situation with Colin Kaepernick and Blaine Gabbert, how he would work with the GM and owner, what he learned from his old gig with the Philadelphia Eagles, yada yada yada. Normal stuff.

And then later in a sitdown interview with CSN Bay Area, Kelly dropped one heckuva quote that kinda, sorta sounds like a subtle-but-not-subtle shot at his former team in Philly.

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Kelly was asked a basic question to start the interview: Why are the 49ers the right fit for you?

Kelly: "When I looked at this organization, obviously I was let go in Philadelphia, and I looked at what was available out there and when someone could tell ya, you know, when you fall out of a boat sometimes you land in crap and then sometimes you land in San Francisco. For me, it was the best opportunity out there. I've had great admiration for this organization from afar."

Wait, what?

One, that quote makes no logical sense.

Two, if you replaced "crap" with "Philadelphia" in that sentence, it would sound like an actual quote someone might say right? Or was crashing in Philly the "fall out of the boat" part?

Three, who knows what Kelly truly meant with that quote, but it is so great to have him in the NFL. Here's the video of his full interview: