8 takeaways from Eagles 35-10 win over Titans in Week 13

The Eagles are now 11-1 after a 35-13 victory over the Titans at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday.

Jalen Hurts shined bright in the passing game, going 29 of 39 passing for 380 yards and three touchdowns, while also logging a touchdown on the ground.

Philadelphia sacked Tennessee quarterback Ryan Tannehill 6 times and held running back Derrick Henry to 11 carries for 30 yards, with a six-yard run as his longest of the day.

With preparation for the Giants set to begin, here are 8 takeaways from the Week 13 win.

A.J. Brown/DeVonta Smith dynamic duo

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Both players had over 100 yards and reached the endzone in a dominant performance that showed how dynamic this passing attack can be.

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Eagles can be explosive in multiple ways

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One week after running the Packers out of Lincoln Financial Field, Jalen Hurts took on the persona of gunslinger in dropping 350+ yards in the air on the Titans.

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Britain Covey sighting


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After struggling to make a dynamic play for 11 weeks, Britain Covey exploded on Sunday for 105 yards on six returns.

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Jalen Hurts climbing Eagles record books

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Hurts could pass McNabb this year, and he’ll certainly own the record.

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Nakobe Dean sighting

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He didn’t have a huge impact, but after entering the game midway through the third quarter, Dean led the Eagles with six tackles and one tackle for loss.

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Getting positive reps down the stretch is important for his development and Sunday showed that he can still read and react.

Eagles special teams

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After some talk about Michael Clay losing his job, the Eagles’ special teams stepped up on Sunday.

Christian Elliss was elevated and made his presence felt on the first punt, while Britain Covey came alive in the return game.

Eagles harrassed Ryan Tannehill

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Josh Sweat, Haason Reddick, Javon Hargrave, Fletcher Cox, and Brandon Graham all got home for a sack.

Reddick was credited with 8 pressures per PFF.

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Reed Blankenship is a key piece

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Blankenship looked fluid in coverage and allowed two catches for 10 yards on four targets.

Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire