Hurts was injured in the third half on Sunday as the Bears’ defense finished Trevis Gipson push him to the ground. Hurts was slow to get up from the blow, but was eventually picked up by his teammates Jordan Mailata.
Hurts went on to complete 6 of 9 102-yard passes, including a 68-yard TD pass to Brown AJ in the fourth quarter.
“Yeah, this isn’t the first time I’ve been slow. [to get up]” Pain speaks after the game. “It won’t be the last. I didn’t play a really physical match and it was very cold. So happy we were able to win and find a way.”
It is not considered a long-term injury for Hurts, but it has been widely reported that the Eagles’ main goal for the 2022 MVP contender is to be completely healthy when he returns to action, whatever. when.
Over 14 games, Hurts completed 67.3% of his passes from 3,472 yards with 22 touches and just five interceptions. He also dashed to 747 yards and 13 touchdowns – just a rush point short of Cam Newton’s 2011 single-season record for most points rushed by a QB.
The top seeded Eagles (13-1) have a three-game advantage in NFC East and a two-game advantage in conference, so maybe the team chooses cautiously and gives its star signal callers a break , especially since they’ve won a spot in the knockout round.
Philadelphia will take the NFC East with a win over Dallas (10-4).
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