Monday night, Jalen Hurts put on a show. The third-year quarterback completed 26 of 31 passes for 333 yards as the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Minnesota Vikings 24-7. He also scored two rushing touchdowns.

Hurts impressed many people, including Jerry Jones.

Jerry Jones is the owner of the Dallas Cowboys.

Jerry Jones stated that he "watched every snap" of the game on Monday night. He was impressed with the 24-year old's progress.

"Hurts has actually evolved and has been better than you might have expected when he came out," Jones added. "I was especially moved by his passing."

Hurts led all NFL quarterbacks in rushing yards with 784 last season, yet he averaged 7.3 yards per pass attempt and had an 87.2 quarterback rating. He has a 97.1 passing rating and an average of 9.1 yards per throw through two games.

Hurts, according to Jones, makes the Eagles a formidable opponent in the NFC East.

Following their victory on Monday, the Eagles joined the New York Giants and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the NFC's only 2-0 teams.

Before facing Hurts and the Eagles in Week 6, Jones and the Cowboys will try to hand the G-Men their first loss of the season on Monday Night Football.

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