D’Andre Swift finishes with a minimum of 750 yards rushing and 500 yards receiving.
D’Andre Swift is going to make magic happen. In this offense, with Jalen Hurts joining him in the backfield and with a steady rotation at tailback and an elite offensive line, there’s a chance we could get some Edgerrin James/Marshall Faulk vibes.
Don’t compare him to those two yet. We most certainly don’t want to put any pressure on D’Andre by placing him in the Pro Football Hall of Fame too early, but we’re expecting some elite-level versatility.
Jalen Hurts, again, finishes second in MVP voting, and, again, he’s snubbed in the process.
There’s never any reason to cry over spilled milk, but why not? If Jalen Hurts didn’t prove he was the MVP last season by his play on the field, the point was most certainly driven home by what the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense looked like in his absence.
Okay, they were decent with Gardner Minshew in the lineup versus the Dallas Cowboys on Christmas Eve. Hurts still got snubbed though, and now that we know he’s a star, the voters are going to make it even harder for him to take home the MVP trophy now.
Expect yet another step forward. Keep your eyes peeled for another postseason snub as well.