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Kicking off Week 2 of the 2023 NFL season, Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles (1-0) are playing host to the Minnesota Vikings (0-1) at Lincoln Financial Field. 

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Two plays after picking up a first down with his legs, Hurts threw a deep ball for wide receiver DeVonta Smith, who leaped and reached over a defender to haul in the 54-yard reception. The Eagles were held to a field goal, though. 


Minnesota punted and then forced Philadelphia to go three-and-out. Then Brandon Powell ran the punt back deep into Eagles territory for the Vikings before fumbling; Nicholas Morrow recovered the loose ball for the Eagles at their own 27-yard line. 

Hurts picked off 

Philadelphia got the ball into Minnesota territory after recovering the loose ball, but Hurts was later intercepted by Vikings safety Theo Jackson. 

ANOTHER turnover! 

On the first play that Minnesota ran off the interception, running back Alexander Mattison had the ball knocked out of his possession going to the ground by Avonte Maddox, and Justin Evans recovered the loose ball for Philadelphia. With that said, the Eagles couldn't pick up a first down after the turnover, and Jake Elliott missed a 55-yard field goal. 

Vikings strike

Three plays after Cousins hit tight end T.J. Hockenson over the middle for a 24-yard completion to move the chains on third down, the duo hooked up for a 5-yard touchdown, giving the Vikings the lead. 

Running it all the way

The Eagles put together a 16-play touchdown drive that saw them run the ball 13 times, including eight times with D'Andre Swift, before Hurts snuck in the goal-line score. 

HALFTIME: Eagles lead 13-7 

The Eagles maintained possession of the ball at a roughly 2:1 ratio in the first half and led 13-7. While he fumbled going into the end zone late in the first half for the Vikings, Jefferson reached 5,000 career receiving yards, tying Hall of Famer Lance Alworth for the fewest games needed to reach the mark (52).