WATCH: Nick Sirianni greets Eagles’ faithful who braved the elements at Arrowhead following last night’s 21-17 victory over the Chiefs
The Philadelphia Eagles won in comeback fashion last night at Arrowhead Stadium, defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 21-17 to improve to 9-1 on the season.
I’ll be honest, the first half was a rough one and much like all of us in the stands, Jalen Hurts and company had a cold start to the game, entering halftime down 10 points.
Thankfully, the vibes changed in the second half.
The Eagles’ defense shut down Patrick Mahomes and Chiefs over the final 30 minutes while Jalen Hurts bounced back to guide the Birds on two second half touchdown drives, capped by a go-ahead tush-push in the fourth quarter to earn a hard fought victory on the road.
Following the game, Eagles fans who braved the rain stuck around in the stands to deliver a few “Dallas Sucks” chants on the Monday Night Football postgame broadcast, while cheering their Eagles team as they entered the locker room.
Of course, Nick Sirianni wasn’t going anywhere either, and was captured on the broadcast greeting fans in the stands while talking his usual shit after the win.
Nick Sirianni: “SEE YA”
Gotta love it. Honestly, every time the Eagles win on the road and Sirianni makes sure to give thanks to the fans who traveled with the team, one of the best parts is how mad people get on social media. The comments are always filled with opposing team’s fans bitching and complaining about Sirianni.
It’s beautiful, really. At the end of the day, it’s just jealousy. They are pissed that their team doesn’t have a coach that is self-aware enough to realize that thanking fans while on the road is just a small gesture that goes a long way to the fans.
Also, Big Dom, who’s strictly business 24 hours a day, 7 days a week deserves a shoutout for trying to contain Sirianni as he went over to greet the Eagles’ faithful. Not an easy job containing an absolute lunatic like Sirianni but someone has to do it. If not, Nick would have been in the stands with everyone else.
Circle the Wagons
The Philadelphia Eagles improved to 9-1 on the season. They hold the best record in the NFL and will welcome the Buffalo Bills to The Linc next Sunday. Kickoff 3:25 PM.