Eagles HC Nick Sirianni let his emotions fly after 26-17 victory over Dallas on Sunday Night Football
Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni has never been timid. When he’s pissed, you’ll know it.
Emotions were high all throughout Sunday night’s contest between the Eagles and Cowboys. After a week of trash talk, Dallas was visibly unhinged on the field.
CB Trevon Diggs tried to get in AJ Brown’s head early in the game to no avail before ripping his helmet off in frustration following the final touchdown drive from the Eagles. Micah Parsons had an unsportsmanlike penalty called against him after taunting TE Dallas Goedert.
Finally, in the final moments of the game, Cowboys DT Osa Odighizuwa decided to tackle C Jason Kelce after the All-Pro center put him on his ass. The Eagles are clearly living in the Cowboys’ heads.
Sirianni managed to keep his emotions in check for most of the game Sunday night. Odighizuwa’s cheap shot was the straw that broke the camel’s back.
Once the cameras panned to Sirianni, it was clear that the head coach was heated.
Nick Sirianni: “That’s game. Fuck you!”
Nick Sirianni’s attitude following the win gave off serious Buddy Ryan vibes. Every win is important, but beating the Cowboys is extra special. Sirianni clearly understands that.
The Eagles HC continued his tirade once both teams left the field. On his way back to the Eagles’ locker room, Sirianni gave us another headliner.
Nick Sirianni: “How bout them Eagles!”
Nothing makes me happier than seeing our Eagles dunk on those stinkin’ Cowboys — on and off the field.
“There’s no doubt that this is one of the best rivalries,” Nick Sirianni said during his post-game press conference. “Now, they all count the same. All of them count for one win, right? That didn’t count for two wins; that was still one win. So, our next biggest game is the next one, but it’s sweet. Yeah, it’s sweet because this is a cool division to be in.”
Sirianni and his Eagles will enter their bye week without a single blemish on their record at 6-0. Dallas will fall to third in the NFC East with a 4-2 mark, while the New York Giants hold second place at 5-1.
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