March 3, 2024

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Jalen Hurts calls out Eagles for not being ‘committed enough’ after loss to Seahawks

Jalen Hurts calls out Eagles for not being ‘committed enough’ after loss to Seahawks

“Everyone has a role in this,” he said. “It starts with me.” “We have to get ourselves out of this… We have to make an internal change in how we attack things. How we come to work every day. It starts with the little things, and how committed we are to doing something.” We do it. And it all starts with me, the quarterback. It’s a challenge I accept. Despite the challenges of these times, I still see the light at the end of the tunnel. “Just a matter of faith.”

Hurts was held to 143 yards and threw two interceptions in the fourth quarter, including forcing a deep punt on the final possession when a field goal would have tied the game. The QB added 82 rushing yards and two rushing scores, but overall, the Eagles’ offense was feeling tight with Hurts playing through an illness.

“It’s a matter of being on the same page,” Hurts said after the match. “It takes everyone’s involvement in all aspects. It starts with me. There are multiple opportunities out there. Ultimately, there’s no other way to get it. The trust we have in each other, how well we communicate as players. … We just have to be better; I must be better. Minimize fouls, penalties, and mental errors. I play team football and it starts with me leading the way. We lost games because “I could be better. This will change everything, and I accept that.”

“You can point the finger at anything,” he said. “I didn’t do a good enough job.”

For the better part of the season, the Eagles were more or less out of sorts. One week, the defense is on fire. After that, the crime cannot find the found button. In the first part of the season, Nick Sirianni’s club did just that. In the past three weeks, they have been bitten by contradictions.

Philly still controls the fate of the NFC East, and while Sunday’s loss hurt their shot at the No. 1 seed, their goals remain with games against the New York Giants, Arizona Cardinals and Giants again to conclude the campaign.