The most significant play of the game occurred when Jalen Hurts connected with DeVonta Smith, a wide receiver, for a 41-yard gain that preceded the Eagles’ Tush Push touchdown.
Head coach Nick Sirianni yelled, “See ya!” at spectators in the stands as the Philadelphia Eagles overcame a late deficit to upset the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. And that was only the beginning.
Since then, fresh footage of Philly’s passionate leader—head coach Nick Sirianni—reveling in the win on Monday night has surfaced. He sent Chiefs supporters a message as he emerged from the tunnel in Kansas City.
“Hey! I don’t hear any s–t anymore, Chiefs fans! See ya!”
— MLFootball (@_MLFootball) November 22, 2023
The Eagles’ victory on Monday night was quite the statement win; they currently hold the longest active win streak in the NFL.
Since the Indianapolis Colts in 2005–06, the Eagles became the only club to start two consecutive seasons 9–1 or better. To go even with them, the Eagles must win the Super Bowl.
With the eighth-easiest remaining schedule, the Eagles have a great chance to match or surpass their 2022 record of 14-3. It should be mentioned that they still have games against the Dallas Cowboys, the San Francisco 49ers, and the Buffalo Bills.