Joe Giglio was "bothered" by A.J. Brown confronting Jalen Hurts on the sideline, despite the Eagles winning the game on Thursday night.
"Here's why I'm frustrated with this," Giglio said on Friday's 94WIP Midday Show. "This is now the second time during a win this has happened. If they're losing, I get it...I can understand that a bit more. They were winning last night...Same thing in the Giants playoff game, they were winning that game comfortably and you see him on the sideline frustrated.
"I know there is a feeling out there like, 'Hey, Jalen's got this. Jalen is his best friend, he is the Godfather of his daughter, everything is going to be fine.' The reality is if DeVonta Smith as good as everyone thinks he's on the track to being, this situation isn't going away. DeVonta is going to get a lot of catches, that means there might be some games where A.J. doesn't. It just feels like an unnecessary problem and it just feels selfish to me by A.J. Brown."
Eliot Shorr-Parks, filling in for Hugh Douglas, disagreed with Giglio.
"It was bad optics, is the best way you could put it," ESP said. "For me, it's nothing the more I think about it...I don't think this is a big picture concern."