Your Alabama Pro Athlete of the Week is Jalen Hurts. Hurts ran for 3 touchdowns and 61 yards, and threw for another 315 yards, as Philadelphia ran its record to 13-1 with a win over Chicago. Hurts is the youngest quarterback in NFL history to lead his team to a 13-1 record.
Hurts is just the 3rd QB in NFL history to record 3 rushing touchdowns and 300+ passing yards in a game, and is just the 4th QB to ever have multiple games of 3 rushing touchdowns. Hurts’ 13 rushing touchdowns this season is one short of the NFL records for rushing TDs by a quarterback in a season.
Others of note:
Jaylen Waddle had 114 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Tua Tagovailoa threw for 234 yards and 2 touchdowns.
DeVonta Smith had 5 catches for 126 yards.
Josh Jacobs had 110 yards from scrimmage, including 93 rushing yards.
Brian Robinson 107 scrimmage yards (89 rushing).
Derrick Henry ran for 104 yards and a touchdown, and added 59 receiving yards.
Najee Harris ran for 86 yards and a touchdown.
Christian Harris had 14 tackles and 3 tackles for loss.
Patrick Surtain II had 6 tackles and an interception.
Jonathan Allen had 6 tackles and a tackle for loss.
Rashaan Evans had 9 tackles and a tackle for loss.
JaMychal Green had 15 points and 7 rebounds off the bench in a game.
Alex Reese had a 34 point, 12 rebound game.
Ar’mond Davis scored 33 points in a game.
Daniel Giddens had an 18 point, 11 rebound game.
Galin Smith had a pair of 17 point games.
Braxton Key had a 24 point, 13 rebound game.
Jaden Shackelford had a 25 point, 4 assist game.
John Petty had a 16 point, 5 assist game.
J.D. Davison had a 10 point, 7 rebound, 7 assist game.
Levi Randolph had a 21 point game.
Kensey McMahon won a bronze medal in the Women’s 1500m Freestyle at the FINA Short Course World Championships.