Eagles linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill has apologized to coach Doug Pederson for calling the Dallas Cowboys "chokers" earlier in the week, acknowledging that he put his coach "in a hard spot". "I didn't mean to disrespect this organization or Coach Pederson".
Pederson called those comments "unfortunate" and said they don't need to give their opponents anything that could eventually be used against them.
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The Cowboys beat the Eagles 27-20 on November 11th, and Grugier-Hill, ironically, dropped a sure pick-six.
This game was already going to be a huge one for both teams, but now there's been some extra fuel added to the fire.
"It's a rivalry game".
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On Wednesday, Grugier-Hill said the Cowboys "always choke."
"We're confident in our guys, confident in ourselves and this team, and our ability going into this game".
On Pederson's end, although he wasn't happy with the remarks, he doesn't seem to think that Grugier-Hill's comments are actually going to have any impact on the game. Back in the day, articles were cut out and actually pinned on a bulletin board for teams to see. And now the Cowboys are firing back. Philadelphia is riding a two-game win streak, taking down the other two NFC East teams with a 25-22 win over the Giants and a 28-13 victory against Washington on Monday night. "I don't want to have any response because he knows how much we respect them".
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