Hearts, one of the key players involved in the current MVP conversation, last played on December 18 in a 25-20 win over the Chicago Bears. Hurts sprained his shoulder on a throw late in the third quarter of that game, but he managed to finish the contest. Backup guard Minshew started Week 16 with a 40–34 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
A quarterback injury can derail a team’s playoff campaign significantly, especially in the second half of the season, but the Eagles didn’t blink. Thanks to the excellent play of almost everyone, the team was able to put themselves in the best possible position. rice field.
Since then, the Eagles have run out Minshew at quarterback. Minshew is one of his better backups in the league, and his performance against the Saints on Sunday will reportedly determine the Eagles’ plans for Week 18.
When will we see Hearts play again?
Week 17 will be a big one for the Eagles and will depend heavily on Minshew’s performance. A win over the Saints secures the #1 seed in the NFC and a bye to the first round of the playoffs. Not having to face the New York Giants in Week 18 gives them a few weeks of pressure-free preparation before the playoffs. I have very little gaming experience before the playoffs start.
If the Eagles lose to the Saints, the Hearts will have to face the Giants in Week 18. Because this will be your last and last chance to win the #1 seed and the corresponding bye week. Even though he’s a week away from that game, the Eagles are already happy with Hearts. According to Shefter, they were impressed with the throw he made in Thursday’s limited return to practice.