The Philadelphia Eagles were the best team in the NFC during the 2022 NFL season, but some people think it was not thanks to Nick Sirianni. A player from the New York Giants think the head coach isn't as valuable as the roster itself and threw him under the bus with a very rude statement.

There's no doubt that the Eagles dominated the NFC throughout the entire season, which gave them a week of rest in the Playoffs. Jalen Hurts is on MVP pace and the rest of the roster is doing an amazing job to fight for anothet Vince Lombardi trophy.

Unfortunately, some of their rivals don't think it has been a teamwork. A player from the New York Giants slammed Nick Sirianni and thinks he doesn't have any credit on the remarkable Eagles' season.

Giants' Julian Love doesn't give any credit to Nick Sirianni regarding Eagles' success

Giants and Eagles have a huge rivalry for being partners in the NFC East. Both squads met in the Divisional round, where Philadelphia defeated New York very easily.

Due to that loss, Julian Love has fired some shots against Nick Sirianni. The safety thinks the head coach could have not been part of the Eagles and they could have still made it to the Super Bowl.

"I don't like it. I don't like it at all," Love said to Good Morning Football. "He's in for a free ride right now. You guys can coach this team."

Immediately, Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham appeared to defend his coach. "I just know that coach Sirianni -- it don't matter -- what he did last year, with a team that nobody thought was gonna do much, he ended up getting us to the playoffs. Then for his second year, that's what you're supposed to do -- you're supposed to get better, bring players in to do exactly what you need them to do and we did that."