Jalen Hurts Post Game Stats & Recap 2023-2024

September 14, 2023

Athlete Studio

Welcome to Jalen Hurts' post game stats & recaps, where we'll be following the quarterback's production throughout the 2023 - 2024 season! Check back every week for updates on Jalen Hurts' post game stats!

Week 12:

In the Eagles' thrilling Week 12 victory over the Bills with a final score of 37-34, Jalen Hurts showcased his dual-threat prowess. Through the air, he completed 18 of 31 passes for 200 yards, contributing three touchdowns and, unfortunately, one interception. Additionally, Hurts made a significant impact on the ground, rushing for 65 yards and two touchdowns on 14 attempts, tying D'Andre Swift for the team lead in carries.

Despite facing challenging weather conditions throughout the game, Hurts delivered a memorable performance. Notably, his 29-yard touchdown strike to Olamide Zaccheaus in the back of the end zone stood out as a highlight. Executing a skillful throw while rolling to his left and with limited space, Hurts secured the touchdown, giving the Eagles a 27-24 lead in the fourth quarter. He continued to showcase his leadership by orchestrating a methodical drive to set up a 59-yard Jake Elliott field goal, forcing overtime after the Bills' Tyler Bass kicked a field goal.

In overtime, Hurts once again displayed his playmaking abilities, leading the Eagles downfield and ultimately sealing the game with a 12-yard rushing touchdown. With a 10-1 record, the Eagles' only setback was an unexpected loss to the Jets. Looking ahead to Week 13 against the 49ers, Hurts is poised to continue his stellar season against a conference rival.

Week 11:

In the Eagles' Week 11 triumph over the Chiefs, Jalen Hurts completed 14 of 22 passes for 150 yards and endured one interception. On the ground, he contributed 29 yards and secured two rushing touchdowns on 12 carries in the 21-17 victory.

The first half posed challenges for Hurts and the Eagles, trailing 17-7 at halftime. However, their defense stepped up in the subsequent two quarters, shutting out the Chiefs and relying on two rushing scores by Hurts to secure the win and claim the top spot in the league with a 9-1 record.

Although the passing game struggled, with only 41 of Hurts' 150 yards coming from a late deep pass to DeVonta Smith, setting up the second rushing score, the muted aerial production didn't hinder the team's success on the road. With a quick turnaround, the Eagles face the Bills at home in Week 12, with little time to rest on their laurels.

Week 10: BYE WEEK

Week 9: 

In the Eagles' Week 9 victory over the Cowboys, Jalen Hurts showcased his dual-threat capabilities, completing 17-of-23 passes for 207 yards and two touchdowns. Additionally, he contributed on the ground with ten rushes for 36 yards and a touchdown.

Despite dealing with a lingering left knee injury that he tweaked in the second half, Hurts displayed resilience, remaining in the game and making occasional visits to the blue injury tent. Notably, his increased rushing attempts, ten in total, marked a shift from the previous week against Washington, suggesting a strategic approach to manage his knee issue. Hurts connected with both DeVonta Smith and A.J. Brown for touchdowns, and he capitalized on a goal-line opportunity after D'Andre Swift's tackle, scoring with a determined push.

This performance marked Hurts' fourth game of the season with multiple passing touchdowns. Looking ahead to Week 11 after the bye, Hurts faces a challenging matchup against the formidable Kansas City secondary.

Week 8:

In the Eagles' 38-31 victory over the Commanders on Sunday, Hurts demonstrated his quarterback prowess by completing 29 of 38 passes for 319 yards, delivering four touchdowns without any interceptions. 

Hurts played a pivotal role in orchestrating a remarkable comeback, contributing to 21 fourth-quarter points. The star quarterback connected with his favorite target, A.J. Brown, for touchdown passes of 16 and 25 yards. In the fourth quarter, he added scoring tosses of 38 and eight yards to DeVonta Smith and Julio Jones, respectively. Although he narrowly missed out on a rushing touchdown with the infamous Brotherly Shove play resulting in a fumble before reaching the goal line, Hurts' touchdown tally for the game was his highest of the season. However, his three-game streak with a rushing score came to an end. Looking ahead, Hurts is set to face the Cowboys in a Week 9 home divisional showdown.

Week 7:

In Sunday night's victory over the Dolphins, Jalen Hurts connected on 23 of 31 passes for 279 yards and 2 touchdowns, though he faced one interception. On the ground, he contributed 21 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries.

Despite sporting a brace on his left knee in Sunday night's 31-17 win over the Dolphins, Hurts reassured he's "fine." Looking ahead, Hurts has a favorable Week 8 matchup against the struggling Commanders. In Week 4, he threw for a season-high 319 yards and two touchdowns against Washington.

Week 6:

In Sunday's 20-14 loss to the Jets, Jalen Hurts connected on 28 of 45 passes for 280 yards, securing a touchdown but also facing three interceptions. Additionally, he contributed 47 yards and a touchdown on eight carries.

In Week 6, Hurts delivered substantial output, contributing over 325 yards of offense and both of Philadelphia's touchdowns. Despite his three interceptions leading to the Eagles' first loss of the season, Hurts has maintained an average of 257 passing yards, 42 rushing yards per game, and a total of 12 touchdowns this season.

Week 5:

Statline: 25-38 C/ATT | 303 PASS YARDS | 1 PASS TD | 1 INT | 15 CAR | 72 RUSH YARDS | 1 RUSH TD

Jalen Hurts continues to impress as he delivers his second consecutive 300-yard passing game, leading the Eagles to another victory. The talented dual-threat quarterback showcased his skills not only through the air but also on the ground, posting an impressive 15-72-1 rushing line. 

With 10 combined touchdowns in just five games, Hurts has been a force to be reckoned with. His passing volume has consistently increased with each passing week, making him an even more threatening presence on the field. As last season's MVP runner-up, Hurts is determined to maintain his momentum and carry it into the Week 6 matchup against the Jets next Sunday.

Week 4:

Statline: 25-37 C/ATT | 319 PASS YARDS | 2 PASS TD | 9 CAR | 34 RUSH YARDS

Philadelphia Eagles faced off against the Washington Commanders in a thrilling matchup that ended with a final score of 34-31. It was a hard-fought victory for the Philadelphia Eagles, who managed to secure the win.

Jalen Hurts showcased his skills on the field, with 37 pass attempts and 25 passes caught. He accumulated an impressive 319 passing yards and threw 2 touchdown passes, showing great accuracy and decision-making throughout the game. Hurts was able to find his #1 receiver in AJ Brown multiple times throughout the game, which had Brown lead the game in receiving touchdowns and yards.

On the ground, Hurts also had 9 rushing attempts and gained 34 rushing yards. 

The Philadelphia Eagles now look ahead to Week 5, where they will face the upstart Los Angeles Rams.

Week 3:

Statline: 23-37 C/ATT | 277 PASS YARDS | 1 PASS TD | 2 INT | 10 CAR | 28 RUSH YARDS | 1 RUSH TD

The Philadelphia Eagles faced off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in an exciting matchup this week. With a final score of 25-11, the Philadelphia Eagles emerged victorious.

Jalen Hurts had a mixed performance in this game. He attempted 37 passes, completing 23 of them, accumulating a total of 277 passing yards. Hurts managed to throw 1 touchdown pass but also had 2 interceptions.

On the rushing front, Hurts carried the ball 10 times and gained 28 yards. He also scored 1 rushing touchdown. The rushing touchdown came on the almost unstoppable tush-push play where Hurts and the Eagles dominant offensive line plowed their way into the end zone.

Looking ahead to Week 4, the Philadelphia Eagles will face off against the Washington Commanders.

Week 2:

Statline: 18-23 C/ATT | 193 PASS YARDS | 1 PASS TD | 1 INT | 12 CAR | 35 RUSH YARDS | 2 RUSH TDS

In Week 2 of the NFL season, Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles faced off against the Minnesota Vikings. The Eagles emerged victorious with a final score of 34-28.

Hurts showcased his skills as a passer, attempting 23 passes and completing 18 of them. He accumulated a total of 193 passing yards and threw 1 touchdown pass and had 1 interception.

On the ground, Hurts continued his rushing dominance from last season by rushing 12 times for 35 yards. and finding the end zone twice, scoring 2 rushing touchdowns. His ability to contribute both through the air and on the ground continues to add a dynamic element to the Eagles' offense.

Looking ahead, in Week 3, Hurts and the Eagles will travel to Tampa Bay to face the Buccaneers.

Week 1:

Statline: 22-33 C/ATT | 170 PASS YARDS | 1 PASS TD | 9 CAR | 37 RUSH YARDS 

Jalen Hurts had a solid performance in Week 1 against the New England Patriots. Despite a close score of 25-20, the Philadelphia Eagles emerged as the winning team. Hurts had 33 pass attempts with 22 passes caught, amassing a total of 170 passing yards. He also threw 1 passing touchdown and had 0 interceptions thrown.

On the ground, Hurts made an impact as well. He rushed 9 times for 37 yards but was unable to find the end zone for a rushing touchdown.

Looking ahead to Week 2, Hurts and the Eagles will face the tough challenge against the Minnesota Vikings who look to bounce back after their Week 1 loss to the Buccaneers..

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