With a running touchdown by Jalen Hurts in overtime against the Bills, the Eagles move to 10-1. Can Buffalo make a comeback?

With a running touchdown by Jalen Hurts in overtime against the Bills, the Eagles move to 10-1. Can Buffalo make a comeback?

After leading the Eagles on the nine-play, 75-yard drive, Hurts helped Philadelphia defeat Buffalo 37-34 in overtime. With a 12-yard score run to seal the victory, he gave the Eagles the victory.

This was his eighth consecutive double-digit comeback victory, an NFL record, and his 14th straight victory over a team that had a winning record.

He completed with two touchdowns with 65 rushing yards in addition to 200 yards and three touchdowns. With 5:52 remaining in overtime, Tyler Bass’s 40-yard field goal sealed the possession and gave Buffalo a 34-31 lead.

Allen and the Bills with two crucial plays in third down in overtime: a 13-yard pass to Gabe Davis then a 15-yard scramble to prolong the Bills’ drive.

The Eagles’ effort to equalize the game or maybe take the lead was severely hampered by two false starts by Jason Kelce.

The false starts prompted overtime and put the Eagles back on a fourth-and-17 situation where Jake Elliott had to try a 59-yard field goal to tie the game.

With 1:52 remaining, Allen hit Gabe Davis for the game-winning 7-yard touchdown throw, giving the Bills a 31-28 lead.

He threw for 315 yards then two touchdowns, added two rushing touchdowns, and ran for 63 yards in an incredible performance for the Bills.

The only setback was the interception to James Bradberry deep within his own territory, which allowed the Eagles to take the lead.

He had several key passes over the day and the Bills finished 11 of 19 on third down. With 20 seconds remaining, Elliott made the kick and tied the score at 31-31.

Midway throughout the fourth quarter, Hurts rallied the Eagles from a second 10-point hole by throwing for three scores in the second half. This gave the Eagles a 28-24 lead.

To give the Eagles the lead, the quarterback hit touchdown passes to Olamide Zaccheaus, DeVonta Smith, and A.J. Brown.

With 11:07 remaining, Zaccheaus made a 29-yard catch in the end zone to give the Eagles the lead. Hurts had completed four pass attempts during this time, scoring three touchdowns.

Despite the Bills’ early dominance, the Eagles managed to stay in the game thanks to two Tyler Bass field goals that went wrong.

Jalen Carter tipped a 34-yard attempt by Bass at the line, causing it to miss and putting Buffalo ahead 13–7. Early in the fourth quarter, Bass missed a 48-yard kick that would have placed Buffalo ahead 20–7.

Jalen Hurts led the Eagles to victory on three consecutive possessions with a touchdown, so the second miss cost them.

Two field goals that Buffalo might have easily made kept the Eagles within ten points, as they scored in five of their final six possessions.

Hurts broke free on a quarterback pull, racing through a wide-open space and evading two Buffalo Bills defenders to score the game-winning 12-yard touchdown that put the Philadelphia Eagles up 37-34 in overtime.

Hurts, who appeared to be constantly bothered by his bothersome knee injury, scored his fifth touchdown of the game as he led his Eagles to the best record of any team in the NFL, 10-1.

According to NFL Research, Hurts joined Peyton Manning (2005) as the only quarterbacks in consecutive seasons since 1950 with 10 or more wins during his team’s first 11 games.

Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni stated, “He made a lot of really clutch plays throughout the second half, before, you know, the big one was obviously at the end right there.”

“Our front-end blocking was excellent, and Jalen made a big play to score a touchdown in a crucial situation.

What do you know about him, man? You already know that he’s clutch, so I doubt you learn anything new about him.

He has been clutch for the previous three years for this team, this city, and us, so you know, they just kept working hard and persevering until he produced some huge plays at the end.”