Why Doug Pederson Should Win 'Coach of the Year' For Benching Jalen Hurts


Rob Parker: “I STAND BEHIND DOUG PEDERSON AND THE PHILADELPHIA EAGLES. Stop the noise and stop the nonsense! Nobody had their panties in a bunch when the Steelers decided to sit Ben Roethlisberger when there were five other teams vying for a playoff spot, giving the Browns an advantage. Doug Pederson did three things: number one – he made sure his team was going to get a better draft pick. Number two – SCREW THE GIANTS. You don’t need help from them, WIN YOUR OWN DAMN GAMES. Why should the Eagles give a rat’s a** about the New York freakin’ Giants?? Number three – you can’t ask your players to lay down to preserve the pick; what you do is put in the lesser guys and just let them play… Everybody has gotten it wrong. The Eagles and Doug Pederson did it right, and I LOVE what they did. SCREW THE GIANTS, and all those Giants belly-aching as if they deserve to win the division with a 6-10 record! No, YOU cheated the NFL thinking you were going to get a free pass to the playoffs! Doug Pederson – COACH OF THE YEAR.” (Full Audio Above)

Listen to Rob Parker explain why he strongly supported Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson’s derided decision to bench Jalen Hurts in the fourth quarter of their Sunday Night Football game vs. Washington in favor of nameless third-stringer Nate Sudfeld.

Check out the video above as Rob details why Pederson should actually win ‘Coach of the Year’ for his middle finger at the six-win New York Giants, and how Pederson shouldn’t give a ‘rat’s a**’ what Giants head coach Joe Judge thinks.

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