Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Nick Sirianni was not able to find Buffalo Bills Head Coach Sean McDermott for the postgame handshake that happens after NFL games.

Sirianni and Eagles Executive VP Howie Roseman went to the Bills locker room after the game to shake hands with McDermott, as per reported by John Clark of NBC Sports Philadelphia.

It was a hard fought battle by the two teams that went into overtime, with the Eagles winning 37-34.

This was a classy move by Sirianni. He upsets a lot of people with his fiery personality and that seems to overshadow of how good of a Head Coach that he is.

This classy move comes after him coming under fire for shouting to Chiefs fans last Monday. The Eagles defeated the Chiefs 21-17.

Sirianni coaches with passion and emotion. He has the Eagles well prepared to play every week. They have a 10-1 record, which is currently the best in the NFL and Sirianni deserves a lot of credit for their success.

This gesture will be overlooked by the National Media, because it does not fit their narrative or agenda.

Philadelphia Eagles Head coach Nick Sirianni. Photo courtesy of heavy.com

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