Jalen Hurts had one of the best answers to a question we have ever seen.
When asked about it after the game, his answer was imply fantastic.
“Well, we put the play in and we’re expecting seven brackets, so basically 29, [McKinney] the safety from Alabama, he’s bracketing Reagor and they’re playing in and out,” Hurts said. “But they’re in quarters, Cover Seven, so you gotta find a single maybe, but in the play, what I was coached to do, is go through as a pure progression and work the shallow to the running back coming and only throw that versus a single look.”
“The shallow popped and McKinney fell off and drove on the shallow after I threw the ball so McKinney made a really good play and they busted the coverage backside so he was wide-open over there. So definitely looking after the fact, it’s easy to say throw him the ball.”
In the end, it really did not matter since the team won the game 34-10 and improved to 8-7 overall. Goedert may feel differently just for his personal stats, but we’re sure he’s happy about the win.
For the game, Hurts completed 17 of 29 passes for 199 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions.
Philadelphia will look to continue its playoff push on Jan. 2 against Washington.
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