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Jalen Hurts And The Eagles Equal Record With Fourth Consecutive Comeback Victory


Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts continues to showcase his flair for the dramatic. In Sunday’s comeback victory against the Buffalo Bills, he scored four of his career-high five touchdowns after halftime. The game reached its pinnacle in overtime when Hurts sealed the win with a 12-yard scoring run, igniting a frenzy among the Lincoln Financial Field crowd.

Despite trailing at halftime in their last four games, the 10-1 Eagles have remarkably secured victories in each, tying an NFL record for consecutive comeback wins. Hurts, with four game-winning drives this season, has doubled his career total, establishing himself as a crucial force.

“It’s a Jalen performance. There aren’t too many guys that I’ve played with — probably nobody that I’ve played with — that’s been more clutch down the stretch,” Eagles veteran center Jason Kelce said after the 37-34 victory. “He’s been so good in crucial situations when things have to happen. That’s a trait not to take lightly. I think if you look at most of the best players, it’s a trait that they have to have.”

His ability to lead comebacks is evident in having the second-best winning percentage (.450) after trailing by 10-plus points since 1950, surpassed only by Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs (.560).

“That’s not for me to concern or roll with. I just try to go out there and play to the standard and be the best I can be for my team,” Hurts said of being so clutch. “There were times today I felt like I didn’t do that, but when it mattered most, I felt like we did a good job of doing what we needed to do.”

Hurts boasts an impressive record of 16-1 in his past 17 regular-season starts and an outstanding 27-2 in his past 29 outings. Currently the front-runner for the top seed in the NFC, the Eagles hold the best Super Bowl odds at +425, according to ESPN BET.

“One-hundred-percent, that dude should be [MVP],” Philadelphia right tackle Jordan Mailata said. “I don’t know the requirements, but I know he’s got the best f—ing record out of all the MVP candidates.

“I love him, man. There’s no words that can describe the love I have for this guy. He really embodies the perseverance, and he leads by example.”

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