Doug Pederson Apologizes to Eagles Fans After Loss to Dolphins


There were thousands of Eagles fans who made the short flight from Philadelphia to Miami to see Sunday's Eagles-Dolphins game. Just listen to the crowd react to Ronald Darby's interception to start the game. 

Of course, the result was not what Eagles fans had hoped, as their team blew a 14-point lead and eventually lost to the lowly Dolphins 37-31. 

On his Monday morning phone call with Angelo Cataldi on 94WIP, Eagles head coach Doug Pederson apologized to the fans who traveled the 1,200 miles. 

"We have to do better and we will do better," Pederson said. "Again, it's my responsibility. So if they're mad, be mad at me. It was exciting, it was. It was a great crowd yesterday. We were pumped to come out of that tunnel and hear the roars for the Eagles and the chants for the Eagles. So, obviously they deserve better. And we've got a great opportunity this week. We're back at home, Monday Night Football against the Giants. We got four division games coming up and none bigger than this week."

Pederson added that he is “disgusted, mad and angry," and that the Dolphins played harder than his team. 

You can listen to the full interview below. 

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