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Player Outlook
We are drafting Hurts as a top-three quarterback in all formats, worthy of a pick as early as Round 3 in one-quarterback leagues. Hurts' passing efficiency took a step back in 2023, with his yards per attempt and touchdown rate both falling more than 10% from his career highs in 2022. He made up for part of that dropoff with a career-high 15 rushing touchdowns. We expect the arrival of Kellen Moore to be a positive for Hurts' passing efficiency and Saquon Barkley should do more with his targets than the running backs did last year as well. That should help make up for any regression in terms of rushing touchdowns. After all, we aren't entirely sure the tush push will work as well without Jason Kelce. Hurts' Dynasty floor is helped by the long-term deals signed by A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith this offseason.

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Year yds
Passing Yards
Touchdown Passes
Interceptions Thrown
Rushing Yards
Rushing Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 3858 23 15 605 15 38822.8
2022 3701 22 6 760 13 41027.3
3y Avg. 3568 20 10 716 13 37323.3
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Learning another new offense

    Hurts said the offense he's learning under new coordinator Kellen Moore is "probably 95 percent" new, Brooks Kubena of The Athletic reports. Hurts will work with his fifth playcaller in as many pro seasons, having gone from Doug Pederson to Nick Sirianni to Shane Steichen to Brian Johnson to Moore. It sounds like this will be the biggest change to the Eagles' offense since 2021, when Sirianni replaced Pederson as the head coach and the team drafted WR DeVonta Smith in the first round. The unit will have two new starters this season, with RB Saquon Barkley signed to replace D'Andre Swift (Bears) and the right guard job up for grabs with Cam Jurgens shifting over to center to replace a retired Jason Kelce. The new offense figures to entail a lot more pre-snap motion, something the Eagles used on a league-low 10.9 percent of plays last season (the Chargers ranked eighth under Moore at 25.9 percent).
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Clear for Monday's game

    Hurts (right finger) doesn't have a designation for Monday's wild-card game at Tampa Bay. Hurts departed the Eagles' regular-season finale at the Giants before halftime due to a dislocated right middle finger, but after opening the week of prep as limited Thursday, he capped it with back-to-back full sessions. On Friday, in particular, when he attempted his first passes since suffering the injury, he "was throwing deep balls, he was throwing lasers," as WR Britain Covey told Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia. While Hurts will continue to lead the offense, he'll be without A.J. Brown (knee) for the first time since the wide receiver was acquired from the Titans during the 2022 Draft. With Brown sidelined, WRs DeVonta Smith, Julio Jones and Quez Watkins, TE Dallas Goedert and RB D'Andre Swift will be the key pass catchers available to Hurts.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Officially limited Thursday

    Hurts (right finger) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday. Hurts' Week 18 was abbreviated due to a dislocated right middle finger that he attempted to play through before he was pulled for backup Marcus Mariota ahead of halftime. X-rays were returned negative after the Eagles' loss at the Giants, per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, and Hurts spoke of the injury Thursday, telling EJ Smith of The Philadelphia Inquirer that it was "probably not, physically, the best idea" to return Sunday. Hurts also noted that "everything is progressing in the right way" as the Eagles prepare for Monday's wild-card contest at Tampa Bay, but he likely will wear a glove on his right hand, as he did at Thursday's session, according to Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer. As for the rest of Philadelphia's skill group, WR A.J. Brown (knee) didn't practice Thursday, while RB D'Andre Swift (illness) and WR DeVonta Smith (ankle) were full participants.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: X-rays on finger come back clean

    X-rays showed no fracture in Hurts' finger, and he's viewed as day-to-day, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Hurts dislocated the middle finger on his right throwing hand in Sunday's loss to the Giants and was removed from the game just before halftime with the Eagles trailing 24-0. Marcus Mariota finished the game, going 13-for-20 passing for 148 yards, one touchdown and one interception while adding six carries for 46 yards. The Eagles travel to Tampa Bay to face the Bucs in the first round of the playoffs next Monday night, and at this point Hurts doesn't seem to be in any danger of missing the contest.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Contrarian DFS Play

    The MVP race is wide open and Hurts has a cake matchup against one of the worst defenses in the NFL. This is an excellent place to make a statement with 400 total yards and/or four touchdowns against the Cardinals. If you want to go contrarian instead, I'm looking at Patrick Mahomes.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Claims record in Christmas win

    Hurts completed 24 of 38 passes for 301 yards and a touchdown with an interception in Monday's 33-25 win over the Giants. He added 34 rushing yards and another TD on eight carries. On the Eagles' first possession of the game, Hurts rode a brotherly shove from the one-yard line to his 15th rushing touchdown of the season, breaking the previous NFL record of 14 for single-season rushing touchdowns by a quarterback, set by Cam Newton in 2011. Hurts then got busy producing his first 300-yard passing game since Week 8 while hitting DeVonta Smith for a 36-yard score in the second quarter. However, Hurts hasn't thrown multiple TDs in four straight games, as Philadelphia's passing attack has hit a lull at perhaps the worst possible time. The Eagles can still lock up the NFC East title if they win their final two games, giving Hurts incentive to crank it up Week 17 against the Cardinals.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Playing through illness Monday

    Hurts (illness) is active for Monday's game at Seattle. Hurts joined the Eagles' Week 15 injury report Saturday as a non-participant due to an illness, but the team didn't give him a game designation at the time. As of Sunday morning, though, he was downgraded to questionable, and he even took the precaution of traveling to Seattle separately from his teammates in order to avoid getting anyone else sick. Hurts seemingly was subject to a pregame workout to determine if he can play with the ailment, and he's been deemed able to direct Philadelphia's offense as he normally does. He'll thus be taking on a Seahawks defense that has conceded the ninth-most touchdown passes (19) but only one rushing score (tied for 26th) to opposing quarterbacks in 13 games this season.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Listed questionable for Monday

    The Eagles have downgraded Hurts to questionable for Monday's game in Seattle after the quarterback's recovery from an illness worsened overnight, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Hurts, who initially didn't carry a designation for the contest, still hopes to play Monday and is traveling to Seattle separately from the team, according to Schefter. Either way, Hurts' status will need to be monitored closely ahead of Monday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. If Hurts is unavailable Monday, Marcus Mariota would be in line to start in his place.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Sits out practice, expected to play

    Hurts (illness) isn't practicing Saturday, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. Hurts practiced fully Thursday and Friday, but an illness will keep him off the field Saturday. That said, the QB is expected to play Monday night against the Seahawks, though it's possible he'll approach the contest with a designation once the Eagles' final Week 15 injury report is posted.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Quiet night in lopsided loss

    Hurts completed 18 of 27 passes for 197 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions in the Eagles' 33-13 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday night. He also rushed five times for 30 yards and lost a fumble. The Eagles were seemingly behind the eight-ball right out of the gate Sunday night, with the Cowboys jumping out to a 10-0 lead through one quarter and adding another pair of touchdowns in the second quarter. That made Philadelphia's game plan increasingly predictable and allowed Dallas to make Hurts and the Eagles offense work for every yard. Hurts was sacked just once on the night, but he short-circuited an early drive at the Cowboys' 20-yard line with a fumble at the conclusion of an 11-yard scramble that ultimately led to a Cowboys field goal. Hurts' passing yardage total was his fourth under 200 yards this season, and it was only his second instance of going without a touchdown pass on the campaign as well. Hurts should have an opportunity of bouncing back in a Week 15 Monday night road matchup versus the Seahawks on Dec. 18.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Solid results in losing effort

    Hurts completed 26 of 45 pass attempts for 298 yards and a touchdown while rushing seven times for 20 yards and another score in Sunday's 42-19 loss to San Francisco. Hurts briefly exited Sunday's contest to be evaluated for a concussion after taking a hit in the second half. The 25-year-old missed only a handful of snaps before receiving clearance to return. Hurts showed no ill effects from the hit upon returning, and he went on to throw essentially a garbage-time touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Philadelphia was punched in the gut by a conference contender Sunday, but Hurts produced solid fantasy results for managers despite taking the loss. He will look to get the 10-2 Eagles back in the win column against the Cowboys on Sunday Night Football in Week 14.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Returns to Sunday's contest

    Hurts (head) returned to Sunday's game against the 49ers, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. Hurts paid a visit to the sideline medical tent in the second half and then went to the locker room to get a concussion check. While Marcus Mariota proceeded to log a handful of snaps in Hurts' stead, the latter got back on the field in the middle of the fourth quarter with the Eagles down 35-13.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Top DFS Play

    Hurts is only half a point behind Josh Allen in year-to-date FPPG and I like his matchup against Allen's Bills better than Allen's matchup against the Eagles. This is the top game to stack on the main slate and you should have a large chunk of it in cash games, starting with Hurts.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Two rushing TDs in statement win

    Hurts completed 14 of 22 passes for 150 yards, no touchdowns and one interception in Monday's 21-17 win over Kansas City. He added 29 yards and two touchdowns on 12 rushing attempts. Hurts had just 69 passing yards and an interception through three quarters, but he got his team back into the game with a 10-yard rushing touchdown in the third quarter, cutting Kansas City's lead to 17-14. His arm finally heated up in the fourth, as Hurts connected with DeVonta Smith for a 41-yard gain down to the 1-yard line to set up a quarterback sneak for the go-ahead touchdown on the next play. Neither team scored in the final 6:20, allowing the Eagles to avenge their Super Bowl LVII loss and improve to 9-1. Hurts' 15:9 TD:INT through the air is nothing to write home about, but his nine rushing touchdowns heading into a Week 12 home game against the Bills are just two back of Raheem Mostert's league-leading total.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Plays through knee injury Sunday

    Hurts played all 62 of the Eagles' snaps on offense in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Cowboys, but he appeared to be playing in pain for most of the second half of the contest after taking a direct hit to his left knee late in the second quarter, Tim McManus of reports. Hurts had already been dealing with pain in the same knee for multiple weeks leading up to the contest and wore a brace on the leg for the third game in a row Sunday. Though he's played 100 percent of the snaps on offense in each of the Eagles' first nine games, Hurts did need to leave the sideline early in the waning seconds of the first half to get extra treatment in the locker room. He was back on the field to begin the second half and turned in another productive outing for fantasy managers, committing no turnovers while finishing with 36 yards and a touchdown on the ground and completing 17 of 23 pass attempts for 207 yards and two more scores. The Eagles' Week 10 bye couldn't come at a better time for Hurts, who will get some extended rest before the team returns to action Monday, Nov. 20 at Kansas City.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Produces three TDs against Dallas

    Hurts completed 17 of 23 passes for 207 yards and two touchdowns while gaining 36 rushing yards and a touchdown on 10 carries in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Cowboys. While he didn't deliver a lot of yardage, Hurts came up big when it counted, tossing a 29-yard TD to DeVonta Smith and a four-yard score to A.J. Brown in the third quarter as the Eagles erased a 17-14 halftime deficit. The QB had earlier gotten into the end zone on a Brotherly Shove from the one-yard line in the second quarter. Hurts has produced at least three touchdowns in three straight games, posting an 8:1 TD:INT over that stretch while adding two rushing TDs, and he'll be able to rest over a Week 10 bye before getting ready for a Super Bowl rematch with Kansas City in Week 11.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Sidesteps injury report

    Hurts (knee) wasn't listed on the Eagles' first Week 8 injury report Wednesday. Hurts played through a left knee injury this past Sunday against the Dolphins, completing 23 of 31 passes for 279 yards, two touchdowns and one interception, rushing 11 times for 21 yards and one more score and losing his only fumble. While he hasn't missed an offensive snap through seven games, he's already committed more turnovers (10) than he did all of last season (eight). With his health intact ahead of Sunday's contest, Hurts now will set his sights on a Commanders defense that allowed him to pass for 319 yards and two scores back in Week 4.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Should be fine for Sunday

    Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said Wednesday that Hurts (knee) should be fine to play without restrictions this Sunday against the Commanders, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Hurts played through the injury in Sunday's 31-17 win over Miami, albeit while sporting a brace on his left knee in the second half. While Hurts isn't expected to miss any games, it's possible that his rushing production suffers a bit in the short term.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Expected to be fine for Week 8

    Hurts (knee) is not expected to miss any game action, and there's a good chance he doesn't even miss practice this week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Hurts was sporting a brace on his left knee after hurting it during Sunday night's 31-17 win over the Dolphins but was adamant after the game that he is "fine." This seems to confirm that. Hurts' eight interceptions are already two more than he threw all of last season, and his touchdown rate has dropped in 2023. Hurts gets a juicy Week 8 date with the flailing Commanders. He tossed two touchdowns and threw for a season-high 319 yards versus Washington back in Week 4.
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  • Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Strong dual-threat performance

    Hurts completed 25 of 38 pass attempts for 303 yards, a touchdown and an interception while adding 72 yards and another score on 15 rushing attempts in Sunday's 23-14 win over the Rams. Hurts turned in his second straight 300-yard passing game en route to another win for the 5-0 Eagles. The dual-threat quarterback produced a 15-72-1 rushing line in addition to his success through the air, effectively giving fantasy managers strong QB and RB production from one position slot. Hurts now has 10 combined touchdowns through five games while increasing his volume as a passer each week. Last season's MVP runner-up will shift his focus to a Week 6 matchup against the Jets next Sunday.
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