By Sarah Paley
Eagles coach Nick Sirianni was so psyched after yesterday’s come-from-14-points-down win over the Jags, that he brought his son Miles to the presser.
Here are a couple of highlights:
“He knows how important it is to take care of the football, and he can do it. He can go out there and execute and take care of the football. So, it’s huge, because that’s such a key. It’s such a key to winning and losing games, and I think that even elevates when it’s messy outside. It was great that he was able to execute under the conditions.”
“I have so much respect for Coach Pederson. First and foremost, I’ve heard that he’s one of the best people in this game and from multiple outlets — people in this building, people that have played for him, people that I know that have coached with him — that he’s a top notch person. Obviously, you see what he’s doing with his football team. He’s doing a good job with his football team, and that’s a tough team.”
Sirianni has been saying for weeks that Reddick was close to having a big game, and now he’s had two back-to-back. The head coach said that the LB has been really good at forcing fumbles, and Reddick is someone who is fundamentally really good at creating turnovers.
“I said to him and Shaun Bradley and Kyzir White after the game, like ‘Hey! There ain’t nothing like winning in Philly!’ because they know about that.”