Mike Sielski: Jalen Hurts isn't a threat to Carson Wentz. He might be the weapon Wentz and the Eagles need.

Through their first 16 offensive snaps Sunday against the Ravens, the Eagles averaged a robust negative-0.44 yards per play. Carson Wentz was sacked three times and lost a fumble. The Ravens were overwhelming the Eagles’ shorthanded and overmatched offensive line. Having Wentz take a snap and take a knee would have qualified as a positive development. It was bad. It was ugly. It was both. It was bugly. Then Jalen Hurts entered the game and, on his first play, carried the ball for a 20-yard gain out of the wildcat formation, and everything changed.“He’s part of the game plan every week,” coach …

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