Philadelphia Eagles’ QB Jalen Hurts scores two rushing TDs in first half against Washington

Indeed, even with a skeleton group around him, Philadelphia Eagles new kid on the block quarterback Jalen Hurts is as yet figuring out how to be a playmaker.

Hurts rushed for a pair of touchdowns on consecutive belongings in the second quarter of Sunday’s standard season finale against the Washington Football Team.

In doing as such, Hurts turned into the principal Eagles quarterback with two surging TDs in a game since 2010 when Michael Vick achieved the accomplishment against this equivalent Washington group on Monday Night Football. As coincidentally, Hurts wore a Vick shirt to the game Sunday night.

The primary touchdown for Hurts went ahead a 6-yard scramble down the correct sideline with 10:24 left in the initial half. Barely six minutes after the fact, he took off up the center as the pocket fell and again found the end zone.

Hurts currently has three hurrying TDs this season to go with six passing scores.

The Eagles played just three of their unique hostile starters Sunday. Wide beneficiary Alshon Jeffery and quarterback Carson Wentz were both solid scratches, and running back Miles Sanders, wide recipient DeSean Jackson and tight end Dallas Goedert were among those sidelined in view of injury.