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Player Outlook
Hurts will be drafted as a mid-range QB1 somewhere after Round 5 in one-quarterback leagues, but he has as much upside as any quarterback in football after his Eagles acquired A.J. Brown. Hurts improved across the board as a passer in 2021, with his touchdown rate being the only statistic that went the wrong way. Brown has been one of the best in the NFL at getting into the end zone, so he could have an impact similar to what DeAndre Hopkins had for Kyler Murray in the red zone. Hurts projects for the second-most rushing yards among quarterbacks, so if his passing numbers do make a leap he'll be right up there with Josh Allen, Patrick Mahomes, and Lamar Jackson in terms of upside. In Dynasty, Hurts is a low-end QB1 who could jump into the top five if he has a good 2022 and earns a new contract.

Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Passing Yards
Touchdown Passes
Interceptions Thrown
Rushing Yards
Rushing Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
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: Sharp to open preseason

    Hurts completed all six of his passes for 80 yards and a touchdown in Friday's 24-21 preseason loss to the Jets. Hurts played one offensive possession but showed accuracy to all areas of the field. He opened the performance with a 28-yard completion to Quez Watkins and moved the ball patiently down the field before capping the drive with a 22-yard touchdown toss to Dallas Goedert. Hurts is locked in as the Eagles' starting quarterback in 2022, and he'll look to build on his strong 2021 season, when he completed 61 percent of his passes and averaged 7.3 yards per attempt.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Will get snaps in preseason opener

    Head coach Nick Sirianni said Hurts and the starting offense will handle one or two series during Friday's preseason opener against the Jets, Bo Wulf of The Athletic reports. The quarterback may end up commanding an offense without the protection of two of his top linemen in Jordan Mailata (concussion) or Jason Kelce (elbow). Even if he's on the field for only a brief period of time, Hurt will be able to get in some meaningful game reps with new top wideout A.J. Brown, though DeVonta Smith (groin) could sit out as he continues to deal with a minor injury.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Healthy for OTAs

    Hurts (ankle) said Wednesday that he's healthy following offseason surgery, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. As expected, Hurts is ready to go for the start of OTAs after electing to undergo surgery on the left ankle injury he battled late in the 2021 campaign. A healthy Hurts paired with newly acquired No. 1 wideout A.J. Brown should brighten the quarterback's fantasy prospects heading into 2022.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Gains new passing target

    The Eagles bolstered the pass-catching corps that Hurts (ankle) will be working with this coming season by trading for wideout A.J. Brown, Tim McManus of ESPN reports. The 6-foot-1, 226 pound Brown -- who subsequently agreed to a four-year, $100 million contract with the Eagles -- will provide the team with a talented and experienced wideout to pair with 6-foot, 170-pounder DeVonta Smith, who Philadelphia drafted 10th overall last year. Along with that improved 1-2 WR punch, Hurts also has a quality tight end to throw to in Dallas Goedert, with the likes of Quez Watkins, Zach Pascal and Jalen Reagor also in the mix for passing targets. Hurts, who is bouncing back from an offseason procedure on his ankle, thus has a chance to grow as a passer in his third season as a pro; any improvement on that front would bolster the 2020 second-rounder's fantasy prospects, which last season were driven by his production as a rusher (784 yards, 10 TDs).
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Undergoing ankle procedure

    Hurts will undergo surgery on his left ankle Wednesday and is expected to fully recover in time for the start of OTAs, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Hurts played through the ankle injury down the stretch of the 2021 campaign, and he was spotted in a walking boot after the Eagles' wild-card round loss to the Buccaneers. Barring any setbacks in his recovery, Hurts' procedure doesn't look as though it'll have a notable affect on his preparation for the 2022 season during the spring and summer. General manager Howie Roseman previously said in mid-January that Hurts has performed well enough in his first full season as a starter to remain atop the depth chart entering 2022, which should give his managers in dynasty leagues some amount of confidence about his outlook.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Gets vote of confidence from GM

    Eagles general manager Howie Roseman said Wednesday that Hurts (ankle) showed enough to keep his job as the starting quarterback entering the 2022 season, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. The Eagles have the requisite cap space and draft picks to pursue an upgrade, but Roseman said his plan for the offseason is to build around Hurts, who went 8-7-0 as a starter in 2021 and finished the regular season with 3,144 passing yards, 784 rushing yards, 26 total touchdowns and 11 turnovers. While he placed just 26th among 31 qualified passers in completion rate (61.3 percent), Hurts was above-average at avoiding sacks and turnovers, in addition to leading all signal-callers in rushing yards (784) and rushing touchdowns (10). That's solid work for an age-23 season, especially given that Hurts has been stuck with a different coaching staff four straight years dating back to his college days. He'll now have continuity with head coach Nick Sirianni and offensive coordinator Shane Steichen, as well as his top two targets in wideout DeVonta Smith and tight end Dallas Goedert. Next, Hurts will likely take some time to rest and recover, hoping to avoid offseason surgery on the ankle he initially injured in late November.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: In walking boot after Sunday's loss

    Following Sunday's playoff loss to the Buccaneers, Hurts sported a walking boot that he hinted was related to the ankle injury he sustained in Week 12, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. Hurts also noted that he hopes he doesn't need surgery, but evidently that possibility could potentially be on the table as the Eagles head into their offseason. Either way, the 2020 second-rounder has plenty of time to heal up before Philadelphia re-takes the field. However it remains to be seen what, if any, QB competition is added in the coming months by the franchise, which holds three first-round draft choices in 2022.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Produces late

    Hurts competed 23 of 43 passes for 258 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 31-15 wild-card round loss to Tampa Bay. He added eight rushes for 39 yards. Hurts and the entire Philadelphia offense struggled mightily for the majority of the game, as he picked up 107 passing yards and his lone touchdown in the final quarter that began with the team down 31-0. Otherwise, Hurts put together an uninspiring performance that was largely dominated by wayward and mistimed throws. He was even stymied on the ground and held below 40 rushing yards for the third time in his last four starts. Though Hurts managed to lead the Eagles into the postseason, his performance in Sunday's loss could call his long-term future as the starting quarterback into question -- particularly given that the team has three first-round picks.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Another full practice Wednesday

    Hurts (ankle) was a full participant at Wednesday's walk-through practice. While it wasn't a traditional practice session, Hurts has still received the full participation label on two straight injury reports dating back to last week. The Eagles opted to keep the second-year pro on the sideline this past Saturday versus the Cowboys, allowing Gardner Minshew to make a spot start under center Week 18. With Hurts continuing to demonstrate improved health since first sustaining the ankle injury Week 12, he's slated to lead the offense again for Sunday's postseason opener in Tampa Bay.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Sitting out in Week 18

    Hurts (coach's decision) is listed as inactive Saturday against the Cowboys. Hurts tended to a lingering ankle injury during Week 18 prep, but he managed a full practice Thursday and entered the weekend with no designation. Still, the Eagles are opting to give him a respite before the wild-card round of the playoffs. With Hurts in street clothes, Gardner Minshew will direct Philadelphia's offense in the regular-season finale.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Could yield snaps to Minshew

    Though Hurts does not carry a Week 18 injury designation, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network expects backup QB Gardner Minshew to see an increased role Saturday night against the Cowboys. With multiple key players sidelined due to injury or their placement on the reserve/COVID-19 list and the Eagles not having a lot to gain in terms of playing seeding, Hurts is among the players the team could choose to rest or limit versus Dallas. With that in mind, Hurts is a risky fantasy lineup option Saturday, while Minshew seems likely to see added snaps in Philadelphia's regular-season finale.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Clear for Saturday's game

    Hurts (ankle) doesn't have a designation for Saturday's game versus the Cowboys. After opening Week 18 prep with back-to-back limited sessions, Hurts bumped up to all activity at Thursday's practice, setting the stage for him to be available this weekend. Coach Nick Sirianni acknowledged Thursday that Hurts still is dealing with the sprained ankle he picked up Week 12 at the Giants and forced him to sit out Week 13 at the Jets, per Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal. Since the Eagles' Week 14 bye, Hurts has suited up in three straight games, averaging 236 yards on 66.7 percent passing, tossing three touchdowns versus one interception and taking 17 carries for 89 yards and two more scores.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Limited again Wednesday

    Hurts (ankle) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday. The Eagles continue to manage Hurts' practice reps due to the ankle sprain that sidelined him Week 13. He's played in the Eagles' three ensuing games, completing two-thirds of his passes for 709 yards, three touchdowns and one interception while taking 17 carries for 89 yards and two more scores. Hurts' status for Saturday's game against the Cowboys may receive some clarity upon the release of Thursday's injury report.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Limited in first Week 18 practice

    Hurts (ankle) was listed as a limited participant in Tuesday's walk-through practice. Hurts was sidelined for the Eagles' Week 13 win over the Jets with a sprained ankle, but he returned to the lineup following the team's Week 14 bye and has directed the offense to three straight victories. Though Hurts has dialed back his involvement on the ground to some degree over the past three weeks, the Eagles didn't provide any indication he aggravated the ankle injury coming out of Sunday's win over Washington. As such, Hurts is likely just getting some extra maintenance to begin the week as the Eagles face a quick turnaround before the regular-season finale Saturday versus the Cowboys.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Can't find end zone

    Hurts completed 17 of 26 pass attempts for 214 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 20-16 win over Washington. He added seven rushes for 44 yards. Hurts moved Philadelphia's offense effectively as he averaged 8.2 yards per attempt and connected on deep passes to both DeVonta Smith and Greg Ward. However, his fantasy performance was less inspiring, as he ran for under 50 yards for the third consecutive game. He also couldn't find the end zone either through the air or on the ground with Boston Scott instead tallying two touchdowns. Hurts has showed improvement as a passer late in the season, though Philadelphia's emphasis on running the ball diminishes his potential to produce, barring his own rushing production.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Good to go

    Hurts (ankle) was a full practice participant Thursday and Friday and doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game at Washington. Hurts has scaled back his practice workload since returning from the ankle injury, but that hasn't stopped him from scoring five total touchdowns in two straight wins, including a 27-17 win over Washington in Week 15. He'll be on the road for a rematch two weeks later, with Philadelphia again having the advantage in terms of injury/COVID-19-related absences, though not quite to the same extent as last time.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Logs full practice Thursday

    Hurts (ankle) is trending toward approaching Sunday's game against Washington minus a Week 17 injury designation after practicing fully Thursday. With the full session, Hurts is ahead of where he was last week when he logged a limited practice on Thursday. In the Eagles' Week 16 win over the Giants, Hurts rushed just twice for seven yards, but it's plausible that as he distances himself from the ankle sprain he suffered Week 12, the QB could log more attempts this weekend, with Philadelphia's top two backs Miles Sanders (hand, out) and Jordan Howard (stinger) both banged up.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Ready for Week 16

    Hurts (ankle) doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game versus the Giants. After kicking off the week with back-to-back limited listings on Eagles injury reports, Hurts capped it with a full practice Friday, clearing him to play Sunday. He's coming off a three-touchdown effort that included 296 yards passing and 38 more yards on the ground Tuesday against Washington. Hurts will aim to do something similar against the Giants' 19th-ranked pass defense.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Limited on practice estimate

    Hurts (ankle) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report. After missing one game and benefiting from the Eagles' late bye, Hurts returned to action Tuesday against Washington and turned in one of his more productive performances of the season. He completed 20 of 26 passes for 296 yards, one touchdown and one interception and compiled eight carries for 38 yards and two more scores in the 27-17 victory. It's no surprise Hurts' practice reps are being managed this week less than a month removed from sustaining a left high-ankle sprain, and he'll have two more practices before Philadelphia potentially tags him with a designation for Sunday's contest versus the Giants.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Stellar showing in win

    Hurts completed 20 of 26 passes for 296 yards with one touchdown and one interception in the Eagles' 27-17 win over Washington on Tuesday night. He also rushed eight times for 38 yards and two more scores while committing two fumbles, losing one. The issues with ball security notwithstanding, Hurts turned in an excellent all-around effort at a critical juncture in the fantasy calendar. The second-year signal-caller's first two scores of the night came on his own one-yard sneaks in the second and third quarters, respectively, and he subsquently created some valuable breathing room for Washington with a 19-yard touchdown toss to Greg Ward in the fourth quarter that would serve as the final points of the night. The yardage tally was Hurts' best since way back in Week 4 against the Chiefs, and the pair of rushing scores give him five over the last three games. With his five-game streak of sub-200-yard tallies snapped, Hurts heads into a Week 16 battle against the spiraling Giants with plenty of momentum.
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