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Kelce hails Hurts as Eagles see off Bills

Jason Kelce heaped praise on Jalen Hurts after the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback inspired a dramatic win over the Buffalo Bills.

The Eagles triumphed 37-34 with Hurts running in the walk-off touchdown in overtime to cap a five-TD display that saw his side come from behind for the fourth game in a row to improve their record to 10-1 for the season.

“It’s a Jalen performance. There aren’t too many guys that I’ve played with – probably nobody that I’ve played with – that’s been more clutch down the stretch,” said Kelce.

“He’s been so good in crucial situations when things have to happen. That’s a trait not to take lightly. I think if you look at most of the best players, it’s a trait that they have to have.”

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Hurts himself played down his ability to get it done at crucial times.

“That’s not for me to concern or roll with. I just try to go out there and play to the standard and be the best I can be for my team,” he said.

“There were times today I felt like I didn’t do that, but when it mattered most, I felt like we did a good job of doing what we needed to do.”

The Eagles’ delight at the late win was in stark contrast to the frustration felt by the Bills, who wasted a fine performance from Josh Allen to slip to 6-6.

They are now 2-6 in one-score games this season, a record that is threatening their play-off aspirations.

“We didn’t do enough or make enough plays and do enough on the coaching end,” said coach Sean McDermott said.

“We are a good football team and just came out on the short end here. There are no moral victories. Each and every one of us has to look at ourselves. Like I told you, that starts with me. That is what you do. That is what the best do, and I know our football team is a darn good football team.”

If there was a positive for McDermott, it was the performance from Allen, who threw for 339 yards and had four total touchdowns.

“His level of play has risen over the last two weeks. That is really the biggest thing. When your quarterback is playing well, you have a chance,” McDermott said.

“The last two weeks, Josh Allen’s level of play has been good enough for us to win.”

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