The Philadelphia Eagles may not have won the Super Bowl, but they’re far from done.
GM Howie Roseman proved to be one of the best in business, putting together one of the most talented teams we’ve seen in years.
HC Nick Sirianni earned his players’ trust, love, and respect.
He stood by them, and they played like a solid unit throughout the whole campaign.
And last but not least, Jalen Hurts stepped up every single time he was needed to, proving to be a born leader and a much better player than his critics credit him for.
That was again at full display shortly after their loss in the Super Bowl, with Hurts proving to be a mature and resilient young man who’ll learn from this shortcoming:
“You decide if you want to learn from it. You decide if you want to use that to be a teachable moment. I know what I’ll do,” Hurts said.
Jalen Hurts on losing the Super Bowl:
"You decide if you want to learn from it. You decide if you want to use that to be a teachable moment. I know what I'll do"
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He has gone through a lot to get to where he is right now, from being benched on national TV and transferring to Oklahoma all the way to the NFL Draft and slowly working his way up on the team.
Hurts lit up the Chiefs’ defense with his arm and his feet, and they did put up 35 points and outgained them in both total and passing yards.
But at the end of the day, there’s not much you can do when you’re facing a generational talent and future Hall of Famer like Patrick Mahomes, and it’s not on you.
Still, you better believe Hurts and the Eagles will be back better and stronger, as they were so close to glory they could already taste it.NEXT: Patrick Mahomes Has A Message For Jalen Hurts Doubters