Jason Kelce shows funny video Nick Sirianni used to motivate Eagles vs. Cowboys

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During the most recent episode of the “New Heights” podcast, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce showed the funny video that head coach Nick Sirianni used to motivate his team against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, which seemingly worked wonders.  Kelce, 36, and the crew managed to clinch a tight victory 28-23 over their division rival at Lincoln Financial Field with a little help from a local cop.

The clip in question is really just the audio of an on-duty police officer calling in to a radio station to rant about how every Eagles player and fan should hate the Cowboys.  In the middle of his rant, the squad car’s siren sounds off in the background, and the cop casually apologizes because he is “pulling someone over.”  Sirianni, 42, is all about preaching hardcore Eagles culture, so a deep hatred for the Cowboys by a local police officer was just the right amount of motivation his players needed.

‘Peter the Cop’ video worked wonders, says Jason Kelce

Kelce admitted that Sirianni showing the team that video actually fired them up to go and beat the Cowboys.  “I got Peter the cop from Lehigh Valley,” Kelce told brother Travis Kelce. “Obviously, the Eagles-Cowboys rivalry is highly heralded and anticipated in the Philadelphia area.

“One of the fans left a clip on SportsRadio WIP that was so epic we had to share it in a team meeting. He put this out there to let guys know how important this game is in Philadelphia and did not disappoint.”  Perhaps the video is what led to Jason yelling at a Cowboys player, which he admitted was more of a laugh, but “blacked out” during the incident.


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