Execution and Commitment Issues Plague Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Eagles suffered a disappointing loss against the Seattle Seahawks, with their final two drives ending in a punt and a game-sealing interception. However, it was quarterback Jalen Hurts’ surprising answer during the post-game interview that brought attention to the team’s struggles.
The Importance of Execution and Unity
When questioned about the team’s performance in the two-minute offense, Hurts emphasized the importance of execution and unity. He stated, “I’ve been talking about execution all year. Being on the same page, everyone being on the same page. We didn’t execute.” Hurts continued by expressing his belief that the team lacked the necessary commitment, highlighting the need for a change. He stated, “I don’t think we’re, we’re all, we’re committed enough. Just got to turn it around. You know, it’s a challenge that we have to embrace. Just continue to see it through.”
Unanswered Questions and the Call for Unity
Although Hurts did not provide further clarification on what he meant by the commitment issue, he emphasized that the team needed to be on “the same page” and acknowledged that it began with him. Despite battling illness, Hurts managed to complete 17 of 31 passes for 143 yards and contributed 82 rushing yards with two touchdowns. Unfortunately, he also threw two interceptions.
The Eagles’ Struggle Continues
With this loss, the Eagles’ record fell to 10-4 on the year, while the Seahawks improved to 7-7. The team’s ongoing struggle with execution and commitment issues has raised concerns among fans and analysts alike. It remains to be seen how the Eagles will address these challenges and work towards improvement.
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