Eagles reporter shares what Jalen Hurts needs to do to keep his job

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Strategist Jalen hurts should like the changes that are happening with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Key additions on defense like Haason Reddick, white kyzirand James Bradberry should help maintain any lead they build.

But he should be happy to have wide receivers pascal pascal and A.J. Brown.

These two broads will join DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins in what promises to be a solid receiving unit.

Philadelphia also has a powerful rushing offense with Miles Sander, Boston Scottand Kenneth Gainwell.

With all those goals around him, Hurts should do better than his performance last season.

This time, as 94WIP.com reporter Eliot Shorr-Parks said, Hurts should raise his target for this campaign.

Shorr-Parks tweeted, “Jalen Hurts needs to win a playoff game next season to be the #Eagles QB in 2023. Just making the playoffs won’t be enough for the Eagles to commit. Must win a playoff game.

The jury is still out on whether Hurts is the Eagles’ long-term solution under center.

Undoubtedly it is a better option than Carson Wentz, that the Eagles once traded to the Indianapolis Colts.

But consistency in the passing game should be his priority.

Offensive linemen and their running backs will find ways to keep the ground game going.

However, Hurts needs to show his passing accuracy.

This way, the Eagles will win more games and have a long playoff run.

Now or never for wounds

He must show a marked improvement to maintain his position.

Otherwise, the Eagles will use one of their 2023 first-round picks to select a quarterback.

Unlike the 2022 class, the 2023 pool is more promising with players like CJ Stroud, Bryce Young, Spencer Rattler and Will Levis.

Therefore, Philadelphia could sign his replacement if Hurts doesn’t make the team feel safe at quarterback.

Once that happens, time will be running out for his starter tenure.

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