Jalen Hurts Shuts Haters Up With Super-Detailed Explanation Of Missing Wide-Open TE In The End Zone

Jalen Hurts Silences Critics After Missing Wide-Open Dallas Goedert

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  • Philadelphia Eagles QB Jalen Hurts threw for 199 yards and 2 TDs in a 34-10 win over the Giants but he missed a wide open Dallas Goedert in the end zone
  • Hurts was asked about missing Goedert in the end zone when he was wide open and he provided an incredibly detailed answer in response
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The Philadelphia Eagles are currently very much in the hunt for the playoffs. While the Dallas Cowboys clinched the NFC East with a dominating 56-14 win over Washington, the Eagles beat up the Giants 34-10 in Philly.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts had a solid day. He was 17-for-29 and threw for 199 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions. And he could’ve thrown a third touchdown with relative ease if he’d spotted a wide-open Dallas Goedert in the end zone.

After the game, Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Jeff McLane asked Jalen Hurts about missing his wide-open tight end in the endzone. Jalen responded with one of the most detailed answers we’ve ever heard from him.

Jalen Hurts Gives Detailed Answer About Missing Dallas Goedert In The End Zone

Here’s what that play looked like, by the way, for more context:

This is a great instance of armchair quarterbacks chirping NFL players for something that seemed blatantly obvious on camera but the reality of it was infinitely more complex.

Jalen Hurts was able to immediately recall every detail of the broken coverage, who was involved in the play, and which mistakes led up to him not seeing Goedert open in the end zone.

Fans Respond To Jalen’s Detailed Answer About Missing Dallas Goedert

Jalen Hurts currently has 2,390 yards on the season and has thrown for 16 TDs and 9 INTs. But the Eagles are in a playoffs position spot and that’s exactly where they want to be.

Philly finishes their season with games against Washington next week and Dallas on January 9th but the Cowboys have already clinched the division and will likely be resting starters then ahead of the playoffs so the season’s end looks bright for the Eagles.