Philadelphia Eagles Start Gardner Minshew at QB vs. New York Jets with ailing Jalen Hurts

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – Gardner Minshew start in midfield for Philadelphia Eagles in Sunday’s game against New York Jets on behalf of the injured Jalen Hurts.

Hurts does not work for the game.

The injury sprained his left ankle in the second half against Giants in New York when he was stepped on. He finished the match but sometimes limped.

Earlier this week, Hurts announced that he would be “ready to join” the Jets game.

“You guys obviously know I’m dealing with some small business, but it’s business as usual,” he said.

Minshew, however, got lion’s share of snaps in practice on Thursday and Friday.

Sources say, Hurts is expected to remain the Eagles start regardless of how Minshew plays. He completed 60.1% of his passes in 12 games from 2,435 yards with 13 touchdowns and eight interceptions while passing 695 yards and eight touches on the ground. Hurts is having his worst start as a professional, throwing his career-high three interceptions in a 13-7 loss to the Giants.

The Eagles bought Minshew for a conditional 2022 sixth-round pick at the end of August. He has appeared in one game this season, going 2v2 for 11 meters in the closing minutes of the win. bold first Detroit Lion. Minshew, 25, started 24 games in two seasons in Jacksonville, completed 62.9% of his throws for 5,530 yards with 37 touchdowns and 11 interceptions.

“I feel confident with either one – either one if they have to play the way they’ve been prepared all week and go about their job,” Eagles coach Nick Sirianni said earlier this week. . Philadelphia Eagles Start Gardner Minshew at QB vs. New York Jets with ailing Jalen Hurts

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