PHILADELPHIA — Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts capped a monster first half with one among his prettiest throws but — a 30-yard back-shoulder dime to receiver Quez Watkins — to offer Philadelphia a 27-20 lead over the Inexperienced Bay Packers. Dealing with a second-and-10 from the Inexperienced Bay 30-yard line, Hurts delivered an ideal strike to the precise nook of the top zone. Watkins turned and secured the catch with cornerback Rasul Douglas tight in protection.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 28, 2022
Hurts rushed for 103 yards within the first quarter alone, essentially the most by a quarterback in any quarter within the final 45 seasons, per Elias. He completed with 126 rush yards on the break and added 128 yards and a landing by the air. The Eagles’ 27 first-half factors are simply shy of essentially the most the Packers have allowed in a whole recreation this season (28, Dallas Cowboys).