Jalen Hurts and DeVonta Smith kept their fashion senses on point as they arrived at Lincoln Financial Field for the Week 12 tie between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Green Bay Packers.
Hurts wore a long sleeveless black jacket that makes him look like a character straight out of The Matrix.
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Quarterback Jalen Hurts is a MVP candidate this year. The Eagles, powered by the 24-year-old, are 9-1 this season.
Hurts, coming into the game, had rushed for 440 yards and eight TDs this season. The quarterback had 2,407 yards passing and ranks fourth in the NFL in total yards (2,847) and he also is fourth in total TDs (23).
“I don’t know if I truly knew everything about how steady he is until you’re around him every single day,” coach Nick Sirianni said.
“When you live it every day, it smacks you in the face every day, like, man, this guy is steady no matter what the situation. I’d be lying to you if I said, yeah, we picked that up. You knew how good, how high his football character was, you knew how high his football intelligence was and his general overall character, as well, but to say that you knew — until you live that with him — I’m sure the Alabama coaches know, I’m sure the Oklahoma coaches know. But until you live that with him, that’s when it becomes really impressive and you really feel it.”
Philadelphia Eagles also debut their all-black helmets against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. The three-time defending NFC North champion Packers have lost six of seven games and might need to win each of their final six regular-season contests just to make the playoffs.
Philadelphia’s black helmets will be paired with black jerseys and black pants for a unique look for a franchise synonymous with green.
Four-time MVP Aaron Rodgers, on the other hand, is still fourth in the NFL with 19 TD passes, and sixth in both passing yards (2,542) and completions (243). He will turn 39 on December 2 and has 13 TDs and four interceptions over the last seven games, six of which have been defeats.