"Bottom line is our defense plays good enough, our offense struggles to move the ball when we don't do our job, and that's been the thing from the (expletive) beginning of the season," Kelce said, via Comcast Sports Net. "That's been exactly what stalled out our offense from the beginning all the way through these first four games. And right now we don't run the ball when we need to, we don't pass block when we need to, and it's a disgrace right now."
Looking at Kelly's plan, it's easy to envision what he was going for. This was supposed to be an offense that could be everything: Manic and efficient when they need to be, brutal and clock-draining when they're ahead.
Kelce is right to a point. The offensive line is not blocking to expectation but they are facing an entirely new set of circumstances. Teams are blowing up gaps and Murray has no room to work.
So while it's noble of him to take the blame, it's not just his fault. It's not any one person's fault on the field and that is a huge problem.