Nick Sirianni coaching record: How Eagles coach has performed as an NFL head coach
The Philadelphia Eagles clinched their ticket to Super Bowl 57. They picked up a big win over the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. Head Coach Nick Sirianni is in only his second season as NFL head coach and is leading his team to a Super Bowl game against the Chiefs.
Sirianni has been involved in the NFL coaching ranks since 2009. Over the past 13 seasons, he has played in various roles with the Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego/Los Angeles Chargers and Indianapolis Colts before joining land in Philadelphia. Although he got his start coaching in college as a defensive backs coach, he has largely been an offensive-minded coach that shows with the Eagles. In his first two seasons as head coach in the NFL, he amassed a 23-11 regular season record.
Sirianni and the Eagles went 9-8 in his first season in 2021. They finished second in the NFC East but qualified for the NFC Playoffs as the No. 7. They were eliminated 31-15 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Philadelphia responded with a 14-3 regular season and the NFC’s No. 1 seed. After a first-round bye, they beat the New York Giants and 49ers to solidify their position in Super Bowl 57.
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