Jalen Hurts, quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles, remains optimistic despite the team’s recent two-game losing streak, including a 33-13 defeat to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 14. With this loss, the Eagles have now been outscored 75-32 in their last two games against major rivals. Despite a 10-3 record and being tied with the Cowboys for the NFC East lead, Hurts views these setbacks as temporary challenges.

In a recent article by CBS News, Postgame, on December 10, Hurts emphasized, “This is something we’re going through, not something we’re stuck in.” The Eagles’ recent performance was marred by errors, including three fumbles in key moments by Hurts, DeVonta Smith, and A.J. Brown, which could have led to scores.

Acknowledging the need for improvement, especially in ball security, Hurts also reflected on the team’s earlier success. Before their losing streak, the Eagles boasted a 10-1 record and victories over top teams, albeit with narrow margins and despite being out-gained in most games.

Recent games have exposed the Eagles’ defensive vulnerabilities, particularly their pass rush, which has significantly declined from last season. They now rank lower in most major defensive categories, struggling with time of possession and third-down conversions against the Cowboys.

Despite these issues, Hurts remains focused on the team’s long-term strategy. “It’s all about knowing the process and trusting in the process,” he said, underscoring the importance of team unity and resilience in the face of adversity.



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