Julian Love Skimps Credit To Nick Sirianni For Eagles Results

Julian Love Skimps Credit To Nick Sirianni For Eagles Results

For the Giants defender, the Philadelphia head coach is on a “free trip” to the Super Bowl because of the great roster he trains

Nick Sirianni has led the Philadelphia Eagles through one of the most successful seasons in franchise history, but at least one division rival seems to think he has it easy enough.

New York Giants safety Julian Love noted that Nick Sirianni, who led the Eagles to their fourth Super Bowl appearance in franchise history, is “on a free ride right now” because of the talented Philadelphia squad.


“He’s a guy who’s really doing a good job of not getting in the way of his team,” Julian Love said during an appearance Thursday on NFL Network. “He has an experienced roster from top to bottom: offense, defense.”

Love was asked by the hosts of NFL Network’s “Good Morning Football” for his reaction to Nick Sirianni’s behavior while showing widely broadcast video of the Eagles’ second-year head coach celebrating triumphantly on camera during the landslide victory. Philadelphia over New York in the NFC divisional round.

For Giants’ Julian Love, Philadelphia’s head coach is on a “free trip” to the Super Bowl because of the great roster the AP coaches

“I don’t like it. I don’t like it at all,” Julian Love accepted. “He’s on a free trip right now. You guys get to coach this team.”

Love doubled down on her position later Thursday on Twitter, saying her take on Sirianni “isn’t bad.”

“Philadelphia fans sure don’t like it… but I’m not wrong,” Julian Love tweeted. “This is a league of players, and Phily have ‘dogs’ listed from top to bottom. It’s no mystery why they’re in this position.”

Nick Sirianni, 41, led the Eagles to a 14-3 record this season, the most regular-season wins in team history, and their first NFC championship since the 2017 season. Philadelphia will play against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII on February 12.

The Eagles finished this season with the No. 3 overall offense in the NFL in yards per game (389.1) and scoring average (28.1), while also ranking second defensively (301.5 yards allowed per game) and leading the league. with 70 captures.

“They have a talented roster and [Sirianni] He’s just doing the best he can do,” Love reiterated. “I think it’s a players’ league, and he’s just stepping back and letting his team play.”

Sirianni’s Eagles also won all three meetings against Love and the Giants this season, sweeping the regular-season series by a combined 70-38 margin before defeating their NFC East rivals 38-7 in the divisional round.

Eagles veteran defensive end Brandon Graham defended Sirianni when asked later about Love’s comments.

“People always have something to say when they’re home,” Brandon Graham quipped to reporters. “They have some things to think about… A lot of people are angry about what happened this season.”

“I get it, but it definitely doesn’t carry weight, because the coach proved himself every day, and if you’re not here, you really wouldn’t know it.”

Julian Love, 24, has recorded 124 tackles, 2 interceptions and 1 sack this season, his fourth with the Giants. The 2019 fourth-round draft pick will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason.



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