Awani Review

Complete News World

NFL: The Bills don’t have an answer for the magic of Jalen Hurts and the Eagles

NFL: The Bills don’t have an answer for the magic of Jalen Hurts and the Eagles

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. -Josh Allen is starting to get used to overtime defeats.

For the sixth time in his career in as many overtime games, Allen had to concede defeat, this time by a score of 37-34 to the Philadelphia Eagles.

After a slow start to the game, Eagles star quarterback Jalen Hurts exploded and scored the winning goal in overtime on a 12-yard run. Pain was impressive with three touchdown passes and two more rushing touchdowns. He racked up 200 yards of aerial gains.

“I think we had to make this match fun!” We played against an excellent team. Like I said before, you have to win in this league. We must continue to improve. We have to be better in the first half; I must be better. I didn’t play well in the first half of the match. “We found a way to win, and we played team football,” Hurts said.

Hurts also became the first quarterback in NFL history to score at least 10 rushing touchdowns in three consecutive seasons.

Before Hurts’ winning touchdown in overtime, Eagles kicker Jake Elliott kicked a stunning 59-yard field goal to send everyone into overtime.

DeVonta Smith collected 106 receiving yards with seven receptions and scored a touchdown. AJ Brown and Olamide Zaccheaus also caught passes from Hurts for touchdowns.

So the Eagles achieved their fifth consecutive victory since their only defeat this season on October 15 at the hands of the New York Jets. The Eagles handed the Bills their third loss in their last four games. Thus, Buffalo finds itself with a record of six wins against six losses.

See also  Video. Djamel Belmadi is angry at the nose and throat

Even if he wasn’t able to lead his team to victory, Allen did well with 29 completions for a gain of 339 yards, two touchdown passes, as well as two TDs.

Gabe Davis and Stefon Diggs were his targets for touchdowns.

A match full of twists and turns

The Eagles struck first late in the first quarter. Good runs from Hurts and Kenneth Gainwell for the first time allowed Philadelphia to get dangerously close to the end zone. Moments later, Herts sneaked in to put the Eagles ahead.

But Buffalo responded with 17 points in the second quarter. After a field goal by Tyler Bass narrowed the deficit, the Bills defense intercepted a pass from Hurts in opposing territory to regain possession. Moments later, Allen broke in on a 15-yard run to give Buffalo the lead for the first time in the game.

Buffalo’s defense came to prominence again at the end of the quarter in Eagles territory, recovering a painful fumble. Allen thanked his teammates with a touchdown pass to Diggs, who made a nice catch despite having three enemy players in coverage.

But Philadelphia refused to give up, and the Eagles cut the deficit to four points midway through the third quarter. The Eagles ground play fake opened the game with a pass from Hurts to Brown for the middle finger.

But Allen made sure the Bills’ lead was back to 10 points before the end of the third quarter. The Bills star avoided some tackles on an impressive 16-yard run to score a second rushing touchdown.

But the pace tilted in the Eagles’ favor in the fourth quarter. Philadelphia began the comeback in the opening minutes of the fourth quarter when Hurts caught Smith in the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown pass.

See also  Max Pacioretty's first goal with the Capitals

The defense and offense then combined their efforts to get past the Bills and regain control of the game. James Bradberry first intercepted an Allen pass, then Hurts capped the sequence with a 29-yard touchdown pass to Zaccheaus to make it 28-24.

As had happened several times before in the game, the team in control changed again at the end of the fourth quarter. With less than two minutes to play, Davis caught a pass from Allen to give Buffalo a slim three-point lead.

In the rain, Elliott kicked a stunning 59-yard field goal to tie the game 31-31 and force overtime.

After allowing a field goal on the first possession of overtime, the Eagles came back down the field and Hurts played hero with his second rushing touchdown of the game.

The Eagles will have a tough assignment next week when they face the San Francisco 49ers, while the Bills will have a bye week. Buffalo will next visit the Kansas City Chiefs on December 10.