The Eagles’ Nick Sirianni’s message to fans after the win over the Colts revealed, « That s— is for Frank Reich! »
Philadelphia Eagles Head coach Nick Sirianni warned reporters after Sunday’s win over the Indianapolis Colts of his thoughts on Indy’s decision to part ways with coach Frank Reich earlier this month.
But fans of Lucas Oil Stadium may have captured his true feelings on video.
Sirianni, who served as offensive coordinator under Reich for three seasons, was emotional on the sidelines after the Eagles’ 17-16 win and was seen celebrating with fans near the Philadelphia bench.
EAGLES’ NICK SIRIANNI SOUNDS ON COLTS AFTER FRANK REICH SHOOT: ‘YOU DON’T WANT TO KNOW WHAT I THINK’
A new video posted to social media on Tuesday revealed exactly what Sirianni shouted at the fans at the very end of the game.
« This s— is for Frank Reich, » he shouted excitedly.
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At his post-match press conference, reporters asked Sirianni why he sounded so emotional, to which he replied, « Because I love Frank Reich. »
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« Really, and he’s one of the best football managers I’ve ever worked with. I was hoping he and I could train against each other in this game. »
« He’s one of my biggest mentors – I have my dad, I have (former Mount Union head coach) Larry Kehres and I have Frank Reich. And Frank is such a great football coach and yeah , you don’t want to know what I’m thinking whether he should be here or not but – because you can probably imagine what I’m really thinking. »
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Reich was fired after five seasons with the Colts. It was replaced by Jeff Saturday, Super Bowl champion who had no NFL or college coaching experience. He is 1-1 as an interim head coach.