Jalen Hurts is throwing touchdown passes in near-impossible situations
According to the Pro Football Reference, 36 touchdown passes were thrown to fourth place in week 15 this season. Russell Wilson and Deshaun Watson were linked to the standings with four such touchdowns, followed by Matt Ryan with three, followed by Joe Burrow. Ryan Tannehill and Andy Dalton with two.
The other quarterback with two touchdowns after the fourth relegation this season ahead of Sunday action? Jalen Hurts, who tossed Greg Ward a 32-yard touchdown pass against the Packers in week 13 after replacing Carson Wentz in the game, and then that 15-yard score against the Saints' Cover-0 last week at his first NFL start:
Incidentally, Wentz has a touchdown and two picks in fourth place this season.
Hurts did it again against the Cardinals on Sunday, with this touchdown in the red zone to Ward in fourth and third place:
Pain also hit receiver Quez Watkins in this 32-yard touchdown in third and 20th place.
The Eagles' head coach Doug Pederson has long been aggressive in adverse situations and it seems he has the ideal quarterback to accomplish this in the rookie second round player. Since Hurts doesn't blink in these adverse situations, it can really be said that the Eagles' offensive philosophy now ...
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