Next week, the NFL Honors award show will take place, which showcases the award winners for each major NFL award.
Such awards include Rookie of the Year, MVP, and Coach of the Year.
Before this show, Fox Sports holds its fan-run contest, where its fans can cast their votes for each award.
Yesterday, Fox Sports revealed their Coach of the Year award winner.
Your 2022 Coach of the Year is @Eagles HC Nick Sirianni, as voted on by the NFL on FOX fans! pic.twitter.com/9sTpxA5U3S
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) February 3, 2023
Nick Sirianni was given this award, largely in part to the level of success he was able to find with the Philadelphia Eagles this season.
Sirianni is in just his second season as the Eagles’ head coach, and he has made an immeasurable impact within the organization.
In the 2021 season, the Eagles posted a record of 9-8 and lost in the Wild Card round to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
This year, however, Sirianni and the Eagles have turned it around, posting a 14-3 record in the regular season, and now will appear in the Super Bowl for the second time since 2017.
Sirianni and the Eagles’ front office made a few gigantic free-agent acquisitions in the offseason, which have paid off.
Will Sirianni take home the actual trophy at the NFL Honors next week?
He will be up against Sean McDermott, Kyle Shanahan, Brian Daboll, and Doug Pederson, who have all found success on their various teams this season.
Even if Sirianni doesn’t win this award, he can hang his head high, knowing that he has continued to bring the Eagles newfound success.
Tune in to Super Bowl Sunday, for what is sure to be a great coaching matchup between Sirianni and Andy Reid.NEXT: Derek Carr Gets Honest About His Raiders Future