WATCH: “F**k yeah!” – Eagles HC Nick Sirianni pumped up after the team’s ‘thumping’ 31-17 victory over the Dolphins

The Eagles got back to their winning streak after losing the game against the New York Jets last week.


WATCH: “F**k yeah!” – Eagles HC Nick Sirianni pumped up after the team’s ‘thumping’ 31-17 victory over the Dolphins

Nick Sirianni (Via SI)

The Philadelphia Eagles are back in form. After a surprising defeat at the hands of the New York Jets last week, the Eagles got back on the winning streak. In a high-voltage encounter against the Miami Dolphins, the Philadelphia team won 31-17 on Sunday. They humbled the Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill-led side, which had been brilliant throughout the tournament.

The offense was simply great. Both Tagovailoa and Hill were in their best form. However, this team was humbled at the hands of the Eagles. The Jalen Hurts-led side got what they wanted. 

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After the match, the head coach, Nick Sirianni, was spotted pumping up his team. In a short video that is going viral since, the coach was seen shouting ‘F*ck yeah,’ to cheer for his team. The short seven-second video went viral and attracted a lot of attention from the netizens on social media.

The shout from the coach indicated how badly the team wanted to get back to the winning path and they finally got it. After seven games, the team shared a 6-1 record. On the other hand, the Dolphins are now 5-2. 

In the last game against the Jets, the Eagles lost their unbeaten tag of the season. It was their first loss and Hurts, the team’s star quarterback, took all the responsibility for the loss. The game against the Dolphins was a challenge for him to come back in his usual masterclass. Hurts did not fail. He provided when it was needed and helped his team to achieve a much-needed victory. 

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How the stars performed in the Eagles vs. the Dolphins blockbuster game

There was hardly any doubt that the Eagles vs. the Dolphins would be a high-voltage encounter. Both teams provided their best to grab the win and in the end, it was the Philadelphia team who emerged victorious. Both teams had their moments and played with their heart out. 

Jalen Hurts
Jalen Hurts (Via Imago)

Taking the debate to individual performances, Jalen Hurts outplayed Tua Tagovailoa as the Eagles QB covered 279 passing yards with two touchdowns and one interception. On the other hand, Tagovailoa covered passing 216 yards with one touchdown and an interception.

Dolphins star WR Tyreek Hill was also a bit down as he had 11 receptions for just 88 yards with one touchdown. One of the weaker games from him in his ‘2000 yard’ season goal. His competition from the rival team, AJ Brown, surpassed him in terms of covering more yards (137 yards for 10 receptions). The Eagles’ defense was also good to restrict the lethal Miami offense to just 17 points.

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