Monday, May 27, 2024

Jalen Hurts excited for 2024 under Moore

Eagles QB Jalen Hurts is excited for the 2024 season under new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore.

Throughout college and the NFL, Hurts has only once had the same offensive coordinator for back-to-back seasons under Shane Steichen who is now the Indianapolis Colts head coach. He’s clearly hoping Moore can be a consistent presence for the Eagles for a few years.

“I think as a player, I definitely yearn for the sustainability and the consistency there. … As a quarterback, I yearn for those things in a playcaller and a quarterback coach because you kind of see how consistency in those areas can breed excellence,” Hurts said.

“I find myself in a situation very similar to college in terms of having a constantly revolving door in terms of coordinators and coaches. But I’ve always managed to have success in it, so that’s always been a good thing, because you’ve been able to learn from people and apply it.”

Jalen Hurts looking to absorb everything

“I’m just all ears. I’m a sponge. I think there’s some beauty in that,” he said. “I’m just in sponge mode. I’m letting them do what it is they’re going to do, and then we kind of adjust from there. I think the thing that we all have to understand is the importance of a foundation in something.

“So I want the coaches to declare their foundation in terms of what they want something to be, how they want it to look, and then obviously you’re going to adjust from there.”

Jalen Hurts was in the zone for the 2022 season, but in 2023 he regressed slightly as his turnovers increased. If Moore can get Hurts back in that zone the Eagles are serious Super Bowl contenders again in 2024.

Watch out for the new Jalen Hurts.

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