Philadelphia Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni has the offense clicking on all cylinders, beating teams in new ways every week.
"Offensively, I think we've just proved that we can kind of win any way we need to," Sirianni told Angelo Cataldi and the 94WIP Morning Show on Monday morning. "If we need to run it for 300 yards, we'll do that. If we need to throw it for 300 yards, we'll do that. You never know how that's going to play out, we do, but you guys don't. We're never going to tell you this is going to play out this way this week, but we'll do whatever we need to do to win the game on that offensive side."
Last week, the Philadelphia Eagles set rushing records rushing for 363 yards in a win over the Packers. This week, the Eagles threw for 386 yards in a 35-10 dominating win over the Titans.
"Offense, defense, special teams all came together and played really well. So yeah, I think that was one of our most complete games because every phase contributed, every phase pulled its weight and every phased just really went out there and balled."
The Eagles are now 11-1 and the man behind it all, is quarterback Jalen Hurts, who is now put himself in position to have a real chance at NFL MVP. On Sunday vs. the Titans, Hurts threw for 380 yards and 3 touchdowns and also rushed for another score, while not turning the ball over. He now has accounted for 29 touchdowns and just three interceptions this season.