By Sally Fahey
Jalen Hurts threw for 268 yards and two touchdowns in the first half, including a 41-yarder touchdown to a wide open A.J. Brown in the second quarter, to put the Eagles up, 14-7.
Hurts found Brown again in the first series of the second half, threading a 29-yard toss into one-on-one coverage and letting the 6-1 Brown win the jump ball in the end zone over the 5-11 cornerback Tre Avery.
HOW DID A.J. BROWN COME DOWN WITH THIS 😱
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