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  • do you think Hurts has officially taken Carson's job?

  • Yes, officially, I don't know, because they won't come out and say it because that coach Doug Peterson looks scared like he doesn't have autonomy.

  • Guys, Eagles have been a different football team over the last almost six quarters, a different football team.

  • And it's not the first time we've seen this.

  • Like Nick Foles takes Carson Wentz the job because of injury.

  • Carson West was having a great year, but Nick Foles is the one that went on the Super Bowl run and one Super Bowl M V P.

  • And then the next year, Carson Wentz was five and six and the Eagles were flat.

  • They were dead in the water.

  • They weren't going anywhere.

  • Wins gets hurt, hurt again.

  • Falls takes over.

  • They catch fire.

  • They get to the playoffs.

  • Somehow, start at five and six.

  • He gets into the playoffs, beats the Bears.

  • Those a perfect pass goes through his receiver's hands.

  • Or else they also beat the ST to get to the NFC championship game in the next season.

  • This is like it keeps happening, by the way last year in the playoffs, a 40 year old Josh McCown comes in, by the way, with a torrent hamstring, and they lost to Seattle by the same margin they lost with whence Week 12 of that season.

  • Right?

  • Like the team does not function with whence, I think, because he won't run the offensive before you talk to me about the offensive line.

  • Bye.

  • According to ESPN analytics, the Eagles offensive line in pass blocking win rate is 11th in the league run blocking.

  • It's better, but Path is 11th in the league.

  • But it no no.

  • It's the offensive line, right?

  • Because look how much Carson Wentz is getting sacked.

  • In that case, a rookie second round pick making his first start against the NFL's best defense should have been sacked a million times.

  • How many times was he sacked?

  • Zero.

  • He was sacked, zero.

  • Now does his mobility help him?

  • Sure, right, like the Sanders run set up by the fact that they're afraid he keeps the ball.

  • Jalen hurts, keeps the ball.

  • He freezes not only the defensive end, but the linebackers for a second, and that definitely helps things.

  • But that doesn't explain why he doesn't get sacked at all.

  • Randall Cunningham was sacked 60 times one season, 72 times another season.

  • Just because your mobile if you're playing behind a bad offensive line, in fact, you will get sacked.

  • That didn't happen.

  • Maybe it's because Jalen Hurts will simply run the offense.

  • And it's not that he looked.

  • Oh my God, Amazing.

  • It's that he wasn't making stupid mistakes that Carson Wentz makes every single week, multiple times a game.

  • Guys, you owe the offensive line an apology, both of you, for harping on that because it seems toe function fine without Carson Wentz and the time to fix once was months ago.

  • It's too late as a, by the way, against behind that same offensive line where Hurston gets sacked once Carson Wentz has been the worst statistical starter in the NFL this year, the worst?

  • No, no, no Carson Wentz these days.

  • Is the Eagles starting quarterback over?

  • Well, first of all, let's not start off the show on a Monday morning, saying asinine statements like we owe the offensive line an apology.

  • We watched what we watched.

  • We saw what we saw.

  • We didn't completely absolved Carson Wentz from blame, but at the same time, we had to acknowledge the fact that the offensive line didn't have some great games.

  • They played a great game yesterday.

  • It was one of their better games.

  • You have a guy and Jalen Hurts.

  • That scrambled out of the pocket on at least three occasions, ran the ball effectively in the first half, clearly was throwing the football relatively decently, and he gave them a spark.

  • I think the profound argument to make against Carson Wentz is his unwillingness to listen because he's got an elevated level of cachet and as a result, because of that and not listening, that may have compromised the success of the team.

  • But there is such a word as humility.

  • You might not know much about that, Max.

  • I don't know.

  • I know I might.

  • I know I do.

  • But I will tell you this.

  • At the end of the day, when you look at the Carson Wentz, the question as to whether or not this is hurts teams and his job is gone.

  • Carson Wentz, his job is going for this season, Shore because the season Carson once has been so, God awful, he deserves to get benched for the rest of this season.

  • But he's about 28 years of age.

  • He's got a tremendous future ahead of him as far as I'm concerned.

  • If he could eliminate those mistakes, I'm not gonna look at a guy that was a top two candidate for league M V P honors three years ago and suddenly say, You're finished, you're done because of a bad season.

  • There are plenty of people throughout NFL history that have had bad seasons and have had the opportunity to come back, make amends and did just that.

  • I'm going to assume and surmised that that is Carson wins.

  • We looked at him.

  • We said he could throw the ball.

  • We looked at him and said he could run with the football.

  • That he could definitely inspired his teammates, etcetera, etcetera.

  • We said those things in the past had I never saw those things in the past, that would be different.

  • But because I have, I'm going to believe that it can happen again.

  • It just doesn't need to happen this season because they don't need to be engaging in some kind of reclamation project in the heart of the season.

  • As you're trying to give for a player front, trying to overcome whatever issues exist in the NFC East and end up in the playoffs yourself.

  • It's too late for all of that.

  • So Carson went to my opinion, should be finished for this season in terms of moving ahead in terms of its future being done in Philadelphia.

  • Hell, no.

  • I'm not going to say that.

  • I need to see more from hurts throwing the football before I made such a make such a proclamation.

  • I didn't see that yesterday, so I'm not going to take that position.

  • Yeah, I'll answer the question first.

  • Yes, this is Jalen hurts his job for the rest of the year.

  • It was last week.

  • Okay.

  • Yesterday just kind of put a stamp on that.

  • Um, Max, I'm a little disappointed in you, to be honest, like that Shows the last five minutes shows me that you're a better person than I am.

  • Because if I were you, I would have buried me.

  • You came out.

  • We were, like, a little bit of soft.

  • Um, I also think that it's important as a man to admit when you were wrong.

  • So, Max, for the second time, I'm apologized to you in this situation.

  • This year.

  • You were right about Carson Wentz and Jalen Hurts in the Eagles quarterback situation.

  • I wanted credit.

  • Jalen hurts.

  • He was a difference maker yesterday.

  • He was decisive with the football.

  • It helped their football team.

  • He didn't hurt their football team with his use of legs, his legs and getting outside of the pocket.

  • That was outstanding.

  • They asked him to be a spark.

  • He was a consistent flame.

  • So I want a credit.

  • Jalen hurts for what he did yesterday.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/15
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