Chip Kelly has gotten his team back to respectability.

Since an embarrassing blowout to the Detroit Lions on Thanksgiving Day, his team has won 2 straight games to climb back into a tie for first place with the Washington Redskins.

These two wins, however, have come with off the field type distractions that have the coach calling out certain media members for their "tabloid journalism."

Speaking in his news conference after the win, the Eagles head coach denied a report that he had called Bills running back LeSean McCoy on Tuesday. The report also stated that McCoy took the call, but quickly hung up the call when he realized who it was.

Kelly also said that his team was not affected by the distractions this week, whether it be involving McCoy or DeMarco Murray's concerns on an airplane ride home last Sunday.

McCoy was unavailable for comment after the game, he walked away a crowd of reporters claiming to "have nothing to say."

The reporter, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, stands by the report.