JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Beating the Dallas Cowboys 40-34 in extra time Sunday bought the Jacksonville Jaguars one recreation nearer to the AFC South division-leading Tennessee Titans.
It additionally bought the workers fed.
In line with The Florida Occasions-Union newspaper, the Philadelphia Eagles needed to thank the Jaguars for beating their NFC East rivals so that they determined to ship the group a bunch of cheesesteaks. In a roundabout way from Philly, although. They ordered 35 cheesesteaks and 25 servings of fries from Philly’s Most interesting in Jacksonville Seaside and had them delivered to Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson at TIAA Financial institution Area on Monday.
Jeff Harris, who owns the restaurant, advised the newspaper that originally he wasn’t positive if the order was reliable however was satisfied when a member of the Eagles group contacted him.
The Jaguars confirmed that the meals arrived — and was devoured by the soccer operations workers.
It was a well-known meal for Pederson, who was the Eagles’ head coach from 2016 to ’20 and led them to a victory over the New England Patriots in Tremendous Bowl LII. That endeared him to Philly’s notoriously robust followers, who gave Pederson a heat ovation when Jacksonville performed in Philadelphia in Week 4.