The Eagles have had six practices since training camp started, and Jalen Hurts has looked sharp so far.
The fourth-year QB, and third-year starter, are looking to build some momentum heading into the season, where they will face a much tougher set of opponents than last year.

It has been reported that Hurts is looking like he is able to continue his success from last season. His receivers, DeVonta Smith and AJ Brown, have also looked really good.

Hurts only has one interception so far in camp, which is a sign he will continue to keep the ball out of harm’s way.


The same can’t be said about the Dallas Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, who we see throw what seems like 5 interceptions a practice. Training camp is where you’re supposed to get those mistakes out of your system, but it is clear that Dak is a QB who will continually put the ball in danger. Jalen doesn’t have those types of habits, and he isn’t going to make stupid mistakes like Dak.

Hurts total camp stat line is 67-85 (78.8)%, 5 touchdowns and 1 interception. Hurts was seen getting chewed out by Nick Sirianni at practice yesterday. He was getting chewed out because he did not hand the ball to the ref during a two-minute drill, which made more time wind off the clock than they wanted.

Hurts was then seen doing pushups on the sideline. These are the kind of moments we want to see because Hurts needs to be held accountable, even after his big payday.


Reports out of camp are making it clear that Hurts is feeling comfortable in this offense. He has stability in the coaching, which is something he didn’t have early in his career.
Jalen Hurts is looking really good at camp, and if he carries this into the season, the Eagles will win the division yet again.

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