The Eagles play the Dolphins on Sunday Night Football. Meanwhile, the Giants and Commanders play each other while the Cowboys are on a bye.
Anxious. Restless. Antsy. These are some of the words to describe the mindset of the Philadelphia Eagles organization regarding how much they want to play their upcoming contest following a disappointing performance in Week 6. Quarterback Jalen Hurts was sloppy with the football as he threw three interceptions during Philadelphia's loss to the New York Jets.
Hurts enters the Week 7 matchup against the Miami Dolphins with seven touchdowns and seven picks. He is on pace to set a new career high in interceptions.
His previous career high was nine. They came during 15 starts in the 2021 season. The fourth-year quarterback has already surpassed last year's total as he finished with six picks in 15 games. If the Eagles are to avoid a losing streak, it would be beneficial to the club if he reduces his mistakes.
Buckle up! We have much to discuss.
Philadelphia's defense will have their hands full this week. They oppose the league leader in passing yards, Tua Tagovailoa. Miami's Tyreek Hill leads the NFL with 614 receiving yards and six touchdowns. The Eagles will also need to contend with talented offensive stars Raheem Mostert and Jaylen Waddle.
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