After losing to the Cowboys 37-17 on Sunday, the Eagles will no longer participate in the playoffs, which makes them the only NFC Eastern team that has no chance to win the division championship with a defeat.
Quarterback Jalen Hurts and offense started well in Dallas, but did not score after the intermission. In the fourth quarter, Hutts turned the ball three times to ensure that the Cowboys were alive in the final week.
Injuries only turned the ball over once in his first two starts, and the rookie insisted on turning the game into a learning experience. He said that he believes he and his team will “improve from it” in the future.
Hertz said on the team’s website: “Failure teaches you a lesson, pain is nothing more than inspiring you.” “This pain will continue to inspire me, and I will do better for it.”
When Doug Pederson finally defeated Carson Wentz with the trigger, the injury gave the Eagles hope. The game on Sunday reminded us that there is still a lot of uncertainty about the future of Hutts and the other Eagles.