Jalen Hurts is BETTER than Dak Prescott ‼️ – Max Kellerman | This Just In

Jalen hurts is better than dak prescott ‼️ - max kellerman | this just in

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Jalen Hurts is BETTER than Dak Prescott ‼️ – Max Kellerman | This Just In

This Just In reacts to Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles winning 24-7 over Kirk Cousins and the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football.

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