NFC Offensive Player of the Month isn’t an MVP, but it’s an award that shows how well someone is playing to this point in the season.

NFL.com just labeled Jalen Hurts as the NFC Offensive Player of the Month for his play through the Eagles’ first three games.

Well deserved.

Hurts is leading the way for the 3-0 Eagles, Hurts has seven total TDs (four passing) through September. He’s passed for an NFC-high 916 yards (66 of 98) with just one interception and a conference-best 106.5 QB rating. On the ground, Hurts has added 167 yards.

Hurts has been the main reason the Eagles look so dangerous this season. He has been unrelenting in his approach. And he appears eager to continue his dominant play on the field come Sunday.

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