Kelly said he did not see a pattern when studying the missed field goals.
"It's interesting when you analyze his three misses: One was right, one was left, one was right," Kelly said. "We look at everything. When someone makes a mistake, how do we correct it?"
Starters are safe
Don't expect any lineup changes when the Eagles visit the New York Giants on Sunday. Kelly hinted that there aren't changes to make and said that he wants to play every player who is dressed on game day.
"It's not like we're not getting guys in the game and guys aren't playing and guys aren't getting an opportunity," Kelly said. "You don't have a whole other [group] of guys. . . . There's not going to be [a new player] starting this week, but we've got to get all 46 guys playing."
Kicking, not gambling
Kelly disagreed with the suggestion that he wasn't aggressive against the Broncos because he opted to kick field goals twice on fourth downs in the red zone.
"I don't think that's conservative," Kelly said. "I think at that point in time when we made those decisions, we were trying to get points."
He said he did not consider going for it on fourth and 4 from the 17 or on fourth and 4 from the 7.
Running back Chris Polk rushed for 33 yards and a touchdown on three carries against Denver. Polk also caught two passes for 19 yards. It was the first time Polk had a carry or catch in his career.
"I think Chris warranted some playing time from yesterday," Kelly said.
Kelly said there were no serious injuries from Sunday's game. . . . The Eagles resume practice on Tuesday.