Jalen Hurts has been nothing short of amazing this 2022 Eagles season and has secured himself the franchise quarterback role on the Philadelphia Eagles roster long-term. Not only has he secured his spot as the franchise QB, but he also put up MVP numbers doing it, and now he’s taking this Eagles team to the Super Bowl. He’s also fighting for his first big paycheck since he’s eligible for a contract extension after the 2022 season.
Since the Eagles hold two first-round picks in April’s 2023 NFL Draft, the team must decide which direction to take the franchise. Now we know neither of those picks will be used to get a QB because of how much Hurts has improved this year. Time will only tell if he can win the Super Bowl and put up another MVP-caliber year in the 2023-2024 NFL season.
Jalen Hurts Bio
|BIRTHDATE:||8/7/1994 (24)||BIRTHPLACE:||Houston, TX|
|HEIGHT/WEIGHT:||6'1" / 223||COLLEGE:||Oklahoma|
|DRAFT INFO:||2020 / Rd-2, Pk-53 (PHI)||NFL EXP:||3rd Season (Current)|
- Jalen Hurts became the first QB with 150-plus rushing yards, 150-plus passing yards and two-plus passing TDs in a single game.
- His 157 yards rushing set a franchise record, breaking the mark set by Michael Vick in 2010 (130 in Week 15 vs. Giants).
- Jalen Hurts Career Playoff Record: 2-1
Jalen Hurts Stats – (Season Stats, Career & Playoffs)
Jalen Hurts NFL Awards & Accolades
- First QB with 150+ rushing yards, 150+ passing yards, and two+ passing TDs in a single game. (2022)
- His 157 yards rushing set a franchise record, breaking the mark set by Michael Vick in 2010. (2022)
- Named NFC Offensive Player of the Month for September. (2022)
- 2022 Pro Bowl (DNP due to being in the SB)
- 2022 NFC MVP ??? (TBD)
Jalen Hurts College Awards
Jalen Alexander Hurts is an American football quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He played his first three seasons of college football at Alabama.
- First-team All-Big 12 (2019)
- Big 12 Offensive Newcomer of the Year (2019)
- CFP national champion (2017)
- 2017 Sugar Bowl (Offensive MVP)
- First-team All-SEC (2016)
- SEC Offensive Player of the Year (2016)
- SEC Freshman of the Year (2016)