Nick Sirianni shouts out Frank Reich, saying Colts win means a lot to him since he was fired
Nick Sirianni was HYPE after the Eagles stormed back from a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to beat the Indianapolis Colts 17-16.
After the game ended, Sirianni was caught on camera yelling into the stands at Eagles fans, clearly pumped about what just happened on the field. For whatever reason, people on Twitter thought it was a bad look, but it was everything but that for the Philadelphia Eagles, who improved to 9-1 on the season.
Had to give Christian a little reminder that he’s a total idiot with his embarrassing tweet above, but let’s continue…
After heading into the tunnel, Sirianni was caught on camera crying on the shoulder of Howie Roseman, who was greeting the team as they returned to the locker room. Sirianni, who used to coach for Indianapolis before coming to Philadelphia, on top of his good buddy Frank Reich getting fired a few weeks ago, was clearly emotional.
Side Note: Don’t even start with the crying jokes. Sirianni has always been a guy that wears his heart on his sleeve and rightfully so. This is NOT a Derek Carr situation that we all witnessed last week. I promise.
Sirianni explained pretty much all of the above in his postgame press conference, basically saying that he was pissed off with how Frank Reich was treated by the Indianapolis Colts.
Nick Sirianni on Frank Reich
“You don’t want to know what I think…if he should be here or not.”
You have to love a good old fashioned revenge game. Good for you coach. Let’s keep things rolling next week when the Philadelphia Eagles welcome the Green Bay Packers to the Linc for Sunday Night Football.