Philadelphia Eagles coach Nick Sirianni shouldn’t apologize

The Eagles competed this season in a position of luxury and everyone knew it.

Yes, nothing is guaranteed, but in a conference with little legitimate long-term competition, it was up to head coaches to plan their season accordingly Nick Sirianni’s only change in the preseason. He knew the guys he would sink or swim with. Most of those chosen for the figurative throwback nearly brought the City of Brotherly Cheesesteaks another Super Bowl last season. So why mess with it? And to make things even easier, Philadelphia faced New England at the start of the regular season, a trendy choice to shit. While the prohibitive NFC co-favorites didn’t look nearly as impressive as San Francisco did it on Sunday, the Eagles still won, and that’s why SiRianni’s view of the next preseason is more than stupid.

Jalen Hurts and to some extent all Philadelphians seemed lethargic The Week 1 win about the Patriots. And no one will remember it if the Eagles keep winning. Sirianni’s confidence in knowing what he has and removing any possible regular season obstacles for one of the most talented rosters in football was the right move. And to rethink that, easy Moments after leaving Gillette Stadium with a win, was stupid. I also understand the attempt to answer questions from the press fairly. Betraying yourself and questioning your own preseason because of a 5-point win is a warning sign from Sirianni. As a former beat writer, I know how disgusting it can be, “c“Oh, speak” or an answer that clearly deviates from the question. And even worse from Sirianni, wouldn’t even try to answer. Antagonizing himself and his coaching staff puts an even greater strain on his team’s fan base, especially since large segments of fans who don’t know any better will always tolerate a certain amount of hostility toward the press.

“Next year I will definitely evaluate some of the things from the previous season again. …Maybe I should have played (our starters) one or two series this preseason. I already wrote that down in my notes,” Sirianni said in a near-word salad on Sunday, before going on to say that his quick assessment was that it was wrong to sit out Hurts and others of his caliber during the preseason.

You just won the game, dude. It’s a strange time to say how wrong you were in thinking that half the league wasn’t as lucky as the Eagles to win in Week 1. The Chargers played ten times better than your team and lost. The Cowboys had their game on ice 57 minutes before you did! And the giants, well, they were the giants. And you don’t have to worry about seeing New York in the NFC Divisional Round for the second year in a row. They both looked terrible compared to expectations, but only Philadelphia scored points on Sunday.

While saying “It’s just one game” actually works in most cases because the NFL season is long and no team looks exactly the same as it does now in Week 18, Sirianni should have taken care to know his roster. While the strategy of sitting out starters throughout the preseason doesn’t work by and large, it’s rarely used as extensively by teams with championship aspirations as the Eagles did in the previous month or so. Previously there was only one data element to support or oppose future use. It’s too quick to make a judgment, especially one that makes you look like an idiot. After week 1, Advantage San Francisco Which of the two dominant NFC teams will reach the Super Bowl this season? Philadelphia Eagles coach Nick Sirianni shouldn’t apologize

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