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Interceptions Thrown
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Jan 8, 2023 229 0 1 65.1 8
Jan 1, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2022 0 0 0 0
Dec 18, 2022 315 0 2 64.6 34
Dec 11, 2022 217 2 0 109.2 33

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2022 3701 22 6 760 13 45030
2021 3144 16 9 784 10 34322.9
2020 1061 6 4 357 3 1197.9
3y Avg. 2102 11 6 570 6 23115.4
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Quiet performance in big win

    Hurts completed 15 of 25 passes for 121 yards and added 39 rushing yards and a touchdown on 11 carries in Sunday's 31-7 win over the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. What seemed like it would be a fearsome battle turned into a rout after the Niners lost Brock Purdy to an elbow injury early in the game and were forced to turn to journeyman Josh Johnson (concussion) under center. As a result, the Eagles didn't really need to air it out at all, and all four of the team's TDs came on the ground. Hurts picked up one of them on a one-yard run late in the third quarter, but he otherwise didn't need to do too much. The low passing numbers could give rise to questions about the health of his right throwing shoulder, but with two weeks to rest before the Super Bowl, Hurts should be 100 percent as Philly tries to win its second title in six seasons.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Three total TDs in playoff win

    Hurts completed 16 of 24 passes for 154 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions in the Eagles' 38-7 divisional-round win over the Giants on Saturday night. He also rushed nine times for 34 yards and another score and fumbled once but recovered. Hurts' final numbers weren't his most spectacular by any stretch, but the versatile signal-caller was certainly efficient while parlaying three of his 25 touches into scores. The third-year star's relatively modest numbers were a reflection of how especially effective the offense was in the first half, when Hurts connected with Dallas Goedert and DeVonta Smith for scoring tosses of 16 and nine yards, respectively. Hurts then added a five-yard touchdown run just before intermission to cap off a 14-play, 72-yard march, and Philadelphia was largely able to rely on its ground attack the rest of the way courtesy of its 28-0 halftime lead. Hurts will now set his sights on facing either the Cowboys or 49ers in an NFC Championship Game clash a week from Sunday.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Set for divisional round

    Hurts (shoulder) hasn't been listed on Eagles injury reports in advance of Saturday's divisional-round game against the Giants, Sage Hurley of the team's official site reports. Hurts was sidelined Weeks 16 and 17 due to an SC joint sprain in his right throwing shoulder, but he returned to action for the regular-season finale Jan. 8 versus the Giants. In the process of eking out a 22-16 victory, he completed 20 of 35 passes for 229 yards, no touchdowns and one interception while running nine times for 13 yards. With a first-round bye in his back pocket, Hurts has put the injury further in the rearview mirror and even noted Tuesday that he's "feeling good." While his health may not be at 100 percent, the third-year quarterback nonetheless is ready to direct Philadelphia's offense in its playoff opener.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Eased back into lineup

    Hurts completed 20 of 35 passes for 229 yards and an interception and gained 13 rushing yards on nine carries in Sunday's 22-16 win over the Giants. Seeing his first action since Week 15 due to a shoulder injury, Hurts wasn't asked to do too much to help Philadelphia lock up the top seed in the NFC and a first-round bye. Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reported after the game that Hurts' shoulder was still sore, so the extra week off will help the 24-year-old quarterback get closer to 100 percent healthy ahead of the divisional round.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Back in action in Week 18

    Hurts (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game versus the Giants Making his first appearance since Week 15, Hurts will work through any lingering issues with his sprained right throwing shoulder as the Eagles seek the No. 1 seed in the NFC. During a Week 14 road win against the Giants, he completed 21 of 31 passes for 217 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions while rushing seven times for 77 yards and another score. Another productive outing for Hurts may be in store against a New York team that may not use many regulars due to being locked into the sixth seed in the NFC.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Trending toward playing Sunday

    Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said Friday that Hurts (shoulder) is "trending in the right direction" as this weekend's game against the Giants approaches, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. Hurts has opened Week 18 prep with two straight limited practice sessions, and unless he upgrades to full activity Friday, the quarterback could carry a questionable designation into the regular-season finale. Even in that scenario, Hurts would still appear to be on track for the start, given that he hasn't experienced any reported setbacks in his recovery from the right shoulder sprain that sidelined him for the past two games. The Eagles will secure the NFC's No. 1 overall seed with a win over the Giants, so expect Hurts to attempt to play through the injury even if he's less than 100 percent.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Stays limited Thursday

    Hurts (right shoulder) practiced on a limited basis Thursday. During the media-access portion of Thursday's session, Hurts went through a ball-security drill that he was absent from a week ago, according to Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Hurts also made throws with good velocity across his body while running to his left and again was the first quarterback to work in individual drills, per Tim McManus of ESPN.com. Still, Hurts logged a second consecutive capped session to kick off Week 18 prep, leaving his status up in the air for Sunday's contest against the Giants. His listing on Friday's injury report will be telling for his chances to put an end to a two-game absence due to a sprained right throwing shoulder.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Officially limited Wednesday

    Hurts (shoulder) was a limited participant at Wednesday's walk-through practice. Per Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Hurts worked with the first-team offense to kick off Week 18 prep, but his eventual workload wasn't enough for him to be considered a full participant. There's an expectation that Hurts will return from a two-game absence Sunday against the Giants, but he may need to log full activity in a practice to prove he's past his sprained right throwing shoulder.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Status being taken day-by-day

    Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said Wednesday that Hurts (shoulder) is still being evaluated day-by-day, James Palmer of NFL Network reports. Since the Eagles are merely holding a walk-through session Wednesday to begin Week 18 prep, Sirianni said he doesn't expect to know more about where Hurts stands in his recovery from the SC joint sprain in his right shoulder until Thursday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network previously reported that Hurts is expected to put an end to his two-game absence and play Sunday versus the Giants, but fantasy managers will want to monitor the situation until Sirianni officially makes a decision about the star quarterback's status. Philadelphia is coming off consecutive losses with Gardner Minshew under center, but a win over New York on Sunday would clinch the NFC East division title as well as the No. 1 overall seed in the playoffs.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Expected to play Week 18

    Hurts (shoulder) is expected to play Sunday against the Giants, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Per Rapoport, Hurts would've played Week 17 if it had been a playoff game, but the Eagles opted to exercise the utmost caution to avoid a potential setback with the star quarterback's injured shoulder. Philadelphia has lost back-to-back games without Hurts and will look to get back on track against the Giants before postseason play begins. Despite Rapoport's encouraging update, fantasy managers still should monitor Hurts' participation at practice during Week 18 prep before locking him into lineups.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Officially out Sunday

    Hurts (shoulder) is listed as inactive Sunday against the Saints. Hurts provided a glimmer of hope when he returned to practice Thursday, but after putting together back-to-back limited sessions to end Week 17 prep, the Eagles listed him as doubtful to play Sunday due to the sprained right throwing shoulder that he suffered Week 15 in Chicago. He'll thus cede quarterback duties to Gardner Minshew on Sunday, while Hurts himself will attempt to put himself in position to return for a Week 18 matchup with the Giants.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Not expected to play Sunday

    Hurts (right shoulder) is not in line to play Sunday against the Saints, but he is expected to be available for the Eagles' Week 18 contest against the Giants, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Official confirmation of Hurts' Week 17 status will arrive when Philadelphia's inactives are posted ahead of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff, with the QB having been listed as doubtful by the team after logging limited practices Thursday and Friday. Assuming Hurts isn't available versus New Orleans, Gardner Minshew will be slated to make his second straight start, while the Eagles' approach with regard to whether or how much to play Hurts next weekend will presumably hinge on if the team has clinched the NFC's No. 1 seed or not.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Doubtful for Week 17

    Hurts (shoulder) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Saints, Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia reports. After sitting out Week 16 due to a sprained right throwing shoulder, Hurts returned to the practice field Thursday and maintained a limited listing into Friday's session. Despite showing signs of progress, though, he appears destined to be unavailable Sunday. Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported Friday that Hurts did show significant strides this week, so even if he doesn't play Week 17, he may be an option to suit up Week 18 against the Giants, especially if the Eagles have yet to lock up the No. 1 seed in the NFC. With Hurts expected to sit this weekend, Gardner Minshew is in line to get another start under center for Philadelphia.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Limited at Thursday's practice

    Hurts (shoulder) practiced on a limited basis Thursday. Hurts was on the field for warmups and proceeded to get reps ahead of both Gardner Minshew and Ian Book, per Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer. It's the first sign that a return to action may be imminent for Hurts, who sat out a Week 16 loss at Dallas due to a sprained right throwing shoulder. Friday's injury report will reveal whether or not he'll avoid a designation heading into the weekend, but he more than likely will be listed as questionable if he has a chance to play Sunday versus the Saints.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Back at practice Thursday

    Hurts (shoulder) took part in warmups ahead of Thursday's practice, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. This marks Hurts' first action since spraining his right throwing shoulder Dec. 18 in Chicago and his first practice since Dec. 16. According to Tolentino, Hurts actually worked ahead of fellow quarterbacks Gardner Minshew and Ian Book, a fair sign that he's potentially putting himself in position to play Sunday against the Saints. Thursday's injury report will reveal how much activity Hurts was able to handle.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Sits out walk-through

    Hurts (shoulder) was a non-participant at Wednesday's walk-through practice, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Even though the Eagles still have some work to do to lock down the NFC's No. 1 seed after this past Saturday's loss at Dallas, they may be without the services of Hurts for a second straight game, given that he has yet to log any practice reps due to the sprained right shoulder that he suffered Week 15 in Chicago. He still has a pair of sessions available to him this week to put himself in a position to play Sunday against the Saints, while Gardner Minshew is the next man up to direct Philadelphia's offense if Hurts requires more time to rehab his injury.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Uncertain for Week 17

    Hurts (shoulder), who is out for Saturday's game against the Cowboys, is uncertain to play in the Eagles' Week 17 matchup with the Saints on Jan. 1, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Before determining Hurts' status for Week 17, the Eagles plan to wait and see how Week 16 action plays out with regard to the NFC playoff picture as well as how the quarterback's throwing shoulder responds to rest and treatment. The MVP candidate is recovering from an SC joint sprain in his right shoulder. Gardner Minshew is slated to start Saturday as well as any future games that Hurts might miss due to the injury.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: DNP on practice estimate

    Hurts (shoulder) was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's estimated injury report. The Eagles held a walkthrough to begin Week 16 prep, but Hurts wouldn't have practiced Tuesday if the team had held any sort of session as he tends to a sprained right shoulder that he sustained Sunday at Chicago. While playing through through the pain in the second half of the 25-20 win, he racked up 315 passing yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions while running 17 times for 61 yards and three scores. Coach Nick Sirianni told Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports on Tuesday, "There's a chance he could play this week. ... I will not rule him out. I will not put a timetable on him. We'll see what happens." Hurts has two more opportunities Wednesday and Thursday to join his teammates for on-field work, but if he's unable to suit up Saturday in Dallas, Philadelphia will turn to Gardner Minshew at quarterback.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Status in limbo for Week 16

    Coach Nick Sirianni said Tuesday that Hurts has been diagnosed with a right shoulder sprain, but he also didn't rule out the quarterback for Saturday's game at Dallas, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. During Sunday's 25-20 win at Chicago, Hurts picked up the injury late in the third quarter on a rush, but he ultimately played all 73 offensive snaps. Overall, he accounted for 315 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions on 22-for-37 passing in addition to 17 carries for 61 yards and three TDs. While there were initial concerns Hurts may need to miss multiple games, Sirianni dampened them during Tuesday's media availability, telling Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports, "There's a chance he could play this week... I will not rule him out. I will not put a timetable on him. We'll see what happens." If Hurts ultimately doesn't play in Week 16, it'll be Gardner Minshew under center Saturday.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Diagnosed with shoulder sprain

    Hurts suffered a sprained right shoulder during Sunday's win over the Bears, and the quarterback's status for the Eagles' Week 16 game in Dallas is uncertain, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. According to Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com, Hurts underwent X-rays after Sunday's contest that revealed the issue, and while multiple reports suggest the issue isn't a long-term one, the quarterback could be sidelined for one or two games, per Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer. The injury occurred late in the third quarter on a rushing attempt to the right side, but Hurts stayed in the game and proceeded to lead a scoring drive in the fourth quarter that he capped off with a one-yard touchdown run followed by a successful two-point conversion run. The Eagles are in good position at the top of the NFC standings, so they certainly can play it safe with the NFL MVP candidate, though we also imagine they would like to try and secure the important top seed in the NFC. If Hurts is ruled out for Saturday's road matchup with the Cowboys, Gardner Minshew would be in line to make his first start of the season.
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