Jason Kelce responds to reports that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to permanently ban the ‘Tush Push’
Jason Kelce, the heart and soul of our Philadelphia Eagles, couldn't care less about a…
Jalen Hurts is literally putting the minds of these reporters in absolute blenders with his rational, straightforward answers during media availability and I am absolutely loving every second of it.
Reporter: “We might look at a QB throwing for 300 yards and 3 TDs and his team lost, and say well the QB was good but the team was bad. You don’t seem to care about that. You seem to only care about did the Eagles win or did they not win. How did you get to that point?”
Jalen Hurts: “By losing….”
The credentialed media needs to find a new slant.
Eagles fans are sick of the “narratives”. Just report on what happened in the game and lets keep winning. Hurts will be perfectly fine and as a team, the Eagles will be even better.
The Philadelphia Eagles are 3-0. They earned a tough win on the road in Week 1 against the New England Patriots, only to turn around on short rest and beat the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday Night Football.
This past Monday night, Hurts and the Eagles beat the crap out of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25-11 in a game that could have easily been 45-0.
Spare me the drama and all of the stupid questions about how the team has looked over the first three weeks of the regular season.
We have new coaches and players while the regular starters who have been here have only been playing together for 3 weeks. There was nothing happening in the preseason and the joint practices are nothing more than glorified walk throughs.
Point being, everything is perfectly fine here in Philadelphia with plenty of room to improve.
Oh, and Jalen Hurts? Yeah, well, he’s won 20 of his last 21 regular-season starts. The one loss? That was against the Washington Commanders last season, the team the Eagles will host Sunday afternoon at Lincoln Financial Field.
Why are we discussing is Jalen Hurts is a good quarterback? We all know the answer.
Quick Reminder: Winning has always been and will remain the only option.
Again, the Philadelphia Eagles are 3-0. Zero time for the doubters. Everything will come together for over the next few weeks and we’ll hit the ground running when the schedule tightens up in the second half of the season.