Doug Pederson: I’ll have a decision tomorrow who starts at QB next week
Eagle coach Doug Pederson may be the only person in America who doesn't know that Jalen Hurts is a better quarterback than Carson Wentz.
After the Eagles 'loss to the Cardinals today, Pederson praised Hurts' performance but then said he wasn't ready to say if Hurts will be the starter again next week.
"I thought he had great posture, great lead, played tough physically and mentally, and made some really good throws on the track," Pederson said of Hurts. "I'll probably make a decision for you tomorrow next week."
Hurts sparked an offense that was absolutely terrible with Wentz's launch and it would be wrong for Pederson to return to Wentz now. But for some reason, Pederson isn't going to come out right away and say the obvious: Hurts is the Eagles' starting quarterback.
Pederson will say that tomorrow. That he doesn't say it today raises questions about why the Eagles can't just tell the truth and acknowledge that Wentz failed and Hurts deserved the starting job.
Doug Pederson: I'm going to make a decision tomorrow about who starts next week on QB and originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
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