Jalen Hurts does not care about any player or team that is not next on their schedule.
This year, Hurts has taken a big leap with his play on the field, so much so that his name has been thrown around in the MVP conversation. During a discussion with Von Miller on The Voncast, Micah Parsons suggested Hurts is an MVP candidate more because of Philadelphia’s “system and team” than his individual talents.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts wasn’t giving Parsons what he wanted with a response when he told reporters, “I’m worried about the Bears,” the Eagles’ upcoming opponent in Week 15.
Once the Eagles are finished with the Bears, Eagles will square off against Parsons’ Cowboys on Christmas Eve in a game that could decide control of the NFC East.
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The 12-1 Eagles are two games up on the 10-3 Cowboys, and they beat Dallas in Week 6, but Dak Prescott did not play in that game since he was out with an injury.
The MVP candidate in Hurts has completed 68 percent of his passes for 3,157 yards, 22 touchdowns and three interceptions while adding 686 yards and 10 scores on the ground in 13 games this season. The offseason addition of wide receiver A.J. Brown has made everything easier for the offense as well as Hurts as a QB.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.