WATCH: “I don’t want to hear s**t anymore!” – Eagles HC Nick Sirianni ROASTS Chiefs fans minutes after beating Patrick Mahomes’ team at Arrowhead
On Monday, the Chiefs were defeated by the Eagles in their week 11 matchup.
Nick Sirianni shouting in the tunnel (Images via NBCSPhilly/ TikTok)
On Monday, Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles finally got their revenge for their Super Bowl loss earlier this year. They defeated the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football in their much-anticipated week 11 matchup. Following their victory, head coach Nick Sirianni let the Chiefs fans know exactly how he felt after defeating Patrick Mahomes and his teams at their home ground.
Following the game, a pumped-up Nick Sirianni was seen walking through the tunnel of the Arrowhead Stadium. He started taunting Kansas City’s fans before yelling “See Ya” at the top of his lungs.
Hey, I don't wanna hear s**t anymore Chiefs fans!! See Ya. . .Sirianni screamed at the fans in the tunnel.
Before the game, Sirianni told reporters that he was not dwelling on the Super Bowl loss against the Chiefs, but it was always there in the back of his mind. He said that the Super Bowl loss was in the past and they were just preparing for Monday’s game. However, the way he taunted the Chiefs fans makes it seem like the championship loss kept bothering Sirianni.
Nonetheless, despite the Eagles’ offensive woes in the early stages of the game, Hurts delivered when it mattered the most and managed to outduel Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in the second half of the crucial game. As a result, the Philadelphia-based football team ended up securing a 21-17 victory against Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Nick Sirianni knew the game was going to be tough one for both sides
The Eagles managed to secure a 21-17 victory against the Chiefs in their close week 11 matchup. Following the game, the Eagles’ head coach Nick Sirianni said he knew it was going to be a brutal game for both sides.
Whoever was going to win that game was going to do it gritty, grimy, nasty, all those adjectives. It was going to be that way, and the guys just stayed together and kept fighting, and kept grinding it out, and we were able to come out on top.Sirianni Via NFL.com
Nonetheless, the Eagles managed to win the game on the back of a good second-half performance. The Chiefs entered the second half with a ten-point lead, but the Eagles managed to erase it in the final two quarters.
Philly’s defense shut down Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense in the second half, leading the Eagles to a crucial victory. With that victory, the Eagles improved to a league-best 9-1 victory and are currently holding the No.1 seed in the NFC playoff picture.
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