Reports suggest that the Philadelphia Eagles have put head coach Nick Sirianni in a precarious position.
According to MLFootball, citing ESPN, Sirianni’s dismissal is under consideration, despite leading the team to the Super Bowl just a year ago and starting the current season with an impressive 10-1 record.
The Eagles experienced a surprising turn of events, relinquishing the NFC lead and concluding the season as the No. 5 seed after their strong initial performance. Currently gearing up for a Wild Card matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the team faces challenges with several key players, including Jalen Hurts and A.J. Brown, dealing with injuries.
Sirianni acknowledged the team’s consistent efforts, expressing dissatisfaction with merely securing a playoff berth. Despite having an opportunity to clinch the NFC East with two regular-season games remaining, the Eagles stumbled against the Arizona Cardinals and New York Giants, ultimately conceding the division to the Dallas Cowboys. The season concluded with a 1-5 run.
As they enter the playoffs, Sirianni emphasized the team’s eagerness to win and acknowledged the significance of returning to this postseason position after a prolonged absence.
If the Eagles decide to part ways with Sirianni, even in the event of a loss to Tampa Bay, it would be a significant surprise, considering his achievements in guiding the team to the Super Bowl and the playoffs within two seasons.