Nick Sirianni joined the Pat McAfee Show on Wednesday and had some interesting things to say.
Always an entertaining listen, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni has already had an interesting ride as an NFL head coach. His fiery personality has resonated well with the organization, its players, and the fans, and he has given the rest of the NFL a lot to handle both on and off the football field.
Sirianni’s style of coaching, his metaphors, and his interviews have always resonated with the members of the Pat McAfee Show, That’s been the case since Sirianni’s first presser as the head coach, and earlier this week, he joined Pat and the usual cast of characters.
The Pat McAfee Show goes live on YouTube every weekday from 12 pm to 3 pm EST and is hosted by former Indianapolis Colts punter and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native.
McAfee currently has almost 2 million subscribers on YouTube. He’s joined daily by a rag-tag team of sports personalities that come from various walks of life. Their approach is far from any other sports talk show that you’ve seen.
They’ve thrived by being fresh and comedic. His crew isn’t afraid to say or do things other talk shows won’t. One of the full-time members, Ty Schmit has a reoccurring segment where he impersonates Nick Sirianni.
Recently, the real Nick Sirianni finally made a guest appearance, but before he came face to face with the impostor, he shared some thoughts about his offense including an outlandish idea for utilizing Jason Kelce‘s versatility.