Philadelphia Eagles: 2 Reasons Pederson’s recent snub is disrespectful

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Doug Pederson of the Philadelphia Eagles, Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

You’re not going to believe this one if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan.

Even in an immensely loyal fanbase like the one that follows the Philadelphia Eagles, there are some subjects and theories that paint a line right down the middle of the fanbase. Just look at any conversation involving Carson Wentz. Do we need to discuss or explain what we’re talking about?

There are other areas, however, where “Birds” fans are in unison. You’re not going to get anyone to back you on a theory where someone states Doug Pederson can’t coach.

You might get a couple of well-thought-out theories about some head-scratching decisions he makes when calling plays, but after watching this man win a Super Bowl and follow that up by leading two teams with shattered rosters to the playoffs in back-to-back seasons, you’d have to be blind to disrespect what he’s done while at the helm of the Eagles wouldn’t you?

You’ve probably figured out that a snub is coming, and you’re right. Here it is and two reasons why it’s statement is inaccurate.

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