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Eagles Player Criticizes Former Coach For Super Bowl Loss

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Super Bowl LVII will haunt Philadelphia Eagles fans, coaches, and players for years to come.

They had the Kansas City Chiefs seemingly against the ropes, led by double digits, and their offense was marching down the field with ease.

Then, they surrendered 24 points in the second half, with one of Andy Reid’s most majestic tactical masterclasses and a nearly-perfect Patrick Mahomes.

That’s why former Eagles DC Jonathan Gannon looked back on what went wrong that night, and he had no choice but to tip his hat off to his rivals, being quite politically correct and stating that they made some impressive plays.

Jonathan Gannon on what went wrong in the 2nd half in the Super Bowl #Eagles

— Eliot Shorr-Parks (@EliotShorrParks) February 28, 2023

Needless to say, that didn’t sit well with a lot of people, including Eagles star C.J. Gardner-Johnson, who didn’t hesitate to take a huge shot at his former coach with a now-deleted tweet.

The safety stated that Gannon didn’t put their defense in a position to make plays, later deleting the tweet and saying that he was just going back to sleep.

C.J. Gardner-Johnson tweeted this, then deleted it shortly after. @KYWNewsradio #Eagles

— Dave Uram (@MrUram) March 1, 2023

Of course, the players should also be held responsible for allowing the Chiefs to come back from such a big deficit, but Gannon was heavily questioned and criticized for his failure to make adjustments.

The Chiefs scored on all four second-half possessions, and that’s just something you cannot allow at that level.

So, it’ll definitely be quite interesting to see when the Eagles face the Arizona Cardinals next season, and you better believe multiple guys on their roster will have that game marked on their calendars.

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