Bold predictions for the Eagles versus Jaguars game in Week 4

Nick Sirianni, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images)
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Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles
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Jalen Hurts throws three touchdown passes again and runs for another.

As talented as the Jaguars’ defense is, we see no reason why Jalen Hurts’ explosive start to the season won’t continue. Expect another of his better efforts of the season thanks in part to an Eagles offense that finally wakes up in the second half.

Dallas Goedert, DeVonta Smith, and A.J. Brown all lead the Eagles in some passing stat category.

Correct us if we’re wrong, but no one knew that Dallas Goedert was as great a blocker as he is when the Eagles drafted him. He’s something special, but he hasn’t hauled in more than five passes all season. He only tallied three receptions in Week 1 and Week 3.

Philly has to get him involved, and if there was any time to do so, this would be the game. Allowing him to work at the second level could keep those talented young Jaguars linebackers busy and slow any pass rush Jacksonville would like to rely on.

Look for Jalen to continue spreading the wealth. Dallas Goedert will lead the team in receptions. DeVonta Smith will post the most receiving yards. A.J. Brown will lead all wide receivers in TD receptions.