The big bad light-speed Chip Kelly offense isn’t so complicated after all.

That’s what Giants corner Terrell Thomas thinks. The Eagles’ fast break attack yeah the same one that torched Big Blue for 439 total yards in Philly’s 36-21 win on Oct. 6 has taken the NFL by storm but Thomas said Wednesday that he’s not worried about it or big-play receiver DeSean Jackson either.

“Philly’s offense is simple at times” said Thomas of the NFL’s second-ranked unit. “They kind of dare you to make mistakes and when you do they capitalize. They just kind of run the same plays over and over again little changeup here and there because they have great athletes so they just get the ball to them.”

Thomas added that Jackson can be contained adding in his opinion that the Giants’ game plan in Week 5 “worked really well” despite the fact that Jackson racked up 132 receiving yards and a touchdown on seven receptions.

“He’s a guy that doesn’t want to get touched” Thomas said. “In all fairness I thought we did a great job on him. . . . I thought our game plan against Jackson two weeks ago worked really well and hopefully we can carry that through.”

Not all Thomas’ teammates agreed. Safety Antrel Rolle said it was “as advertised a high-speed offense.”

BAAS IS DONE
The Giants moved center David Baas (left MCL) to injured reserve ending his season. Baas hurt the MCL in Monday’s win over Minnesota which he said is “very similar” to the injury he sustained in preseason. Jim Cordle who has started four games will replace Baas and in a moment of foreshadowing he accidentally donned Baas’ No. 64 jersey for part of practice.