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Jets rally from 11 down to upset previously unbeaten Eagles

Tony Adams picked off Jalen Hurts on the first play after the two-minute warning and Breece Hall scored from 8 yards out on the next play Sunday for the host New York Jets, who overcame an 11-point deficit to stun the previously unbeaten Philadelphia Eagles 20-14.

The Eagles (5-1) were the last unbeaten team in the NFL following the San Francisco 49ers’ 19-17 loss earlier Sunday to the Cleveland Browns. The Jets (3-3) have won two straight.

The win was also the Jets’ first-ever against the Eagles, who won the first 12 meetings between the franchises.

The Eagles were scoreless in their final seven possessions but were one first down away from remaining unbeaten when Hurts’ pass on third-and-9, intended for Dallas Goedert, was picked off by Adams. The safety was held out of the end zone by a combination of linemen Jordan Mailata and Landon Dickerson, the latter of whom dragged Adams down at the 8-yard-line.

Hall raced in almost untouched, after which Zach Wilson completed a two-point conversion pass to Randall Cobb.

Hurts fired incomplete on his next two passes before completing a 2-yard pass to DeVonta Smith. On fourth down, Hurts’ long pass intended for Smith was broken up by Jordan Whitehead.

The last two possessions capped an impressive effort by the Jets’ secondary, which played without starting cornerbacks Sauce Gardner and D.J. Reed due to concussions but limited Hurts to 280 yards passing — including 131 to A.J. Brown — and one touchdown while picking him off three times.

The three interceptions tied a career-high for Hurts, who was 28-of-45 passing. He also rushed for a team-high 47 yards and one touchdown.

D’Andre Swift caught a 9-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter to give Philadelphia a 14-3 lead.

Brown, who had seven catches, became the first player in Eagles history to collect at least 125 yards in four straight games.

Greg Zuerlien accounted for the Jets’ offense prior to the final two minutes by kicking four field goals.

Zach Wilson was 19-of-33 passing for 186 yards. Garrett Wilson had eight catches for 90 yards while Hall accounted for 93 yards in total offense (39 yards rushing, 54 yards receiving).

–Field Level Media

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