Jalen Hurts has the attitude and mental makeup to will his team back to the grand stage.
Leadership qualities are among the most important characteristics of playing the quarterback position and being successful at it. From day one in Philadelphia, QB1 has shown a maturity that we rarely see in older guys.
The former Alabama and Oklahoma quarterback has a great head on his shoulders. He holds himself accountable so that he can be at his best and not let anyone down. That’s exactly the type of guy that other men want to follow.
Just take a listen.
Jalen Hurts is always locked into the task at hand. He doesn’t let the moment get too big for him. He was benched in a College Football Playoff National Championship Game at Alabama but returned during an SEC Championship Game following an injury to Tua Tagovailoa and led The Tide to a win. At Oklahoma, he led the Sooners to the College Football Playoff.
Hurts struggled with accuracy at the beginning of his NFL career, but he dedicated himself and hired a throwing coach this past offseason. His completion percentage has risen each year at the professional level.
Jalen Hurts is the ‘first-in and last-out’ guy. He’s said all of the right things since Philadelphia’s upsetting Super Bowl loss. He’s everything you want a signal-caller to be. He’s equipped to handle the demanding nature of one of the NFL’s most passionate cities. With the perfect attitude and demeanor for Philadelphia, better days are ahead. It should be fun to witness the journey.