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After the Dallas Cowboys' statement 37-10 win over the division-rival Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football, star running back Ezekiel Elliott had no time for anyone from the losing side - especially not for Doug Pederson.
Asked about the Eagles head coach's vow earlier this week to win the SNF battle, Elliott didn't beat around the bush.
"Honestly, we don't give a fuck what Doug Pederson says," Elliott told reporters postgame, according to The Philadelphia Inquirer's Marcus Hayes.
Pederson confidently told a Philadelphia radio station on Monday that the Eagles would go into Dallas and secure a win to take over first place in the NFC East.
Elliott, who contributed 147 scrimmage yards and a touchdown during Dallas' dismantling of the Eagles, echoed the sentiments of teammate DeMarcus Lawrence, who had his own choice words for Pederson ahead of the game.
"Tell him to come on," Lawrence told reporters Friday. "We ready. Can he play the game? He might want to shut his ass up and stay on the sidelines. He can't play the game for them."
Asked postgame if he had anything to add to that statement, Lawrence kept it short and sweet.
"I feel like he got the statement today, so we're gonna let him go sleep on it," he said.
While the Eagles have to regroup and head to Buffalo for a Week 8 clash with the Bills, the Cowboys will have ample time to enjoy their big win as they head into their bye week.