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Controversial Roughing the Passer Call Sets up Eagles Touchdown against Dolphins

Key points:

  • A questionable roughing the passer call on Jalen Hurts set up an Eagles touchdown against the Dolphins.
  • The call came in the second quarter with the game tied at 3-3.
  • Dolphins defensive end Christian Wilkins was penalized for hitting Hurts just after he threw the ball.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts benefited from a questionable roughing the passer call in Sunday night’s game against the Miami Dolphins. With the game tied at 3-3, Hurts attempted a pass that was intercepted by cornerback Perry Nickerson. However, Dolphins defensive end Christian Wilkins was penalized for roughing the passer, even though he did not make excessive contact with Hurts. The penalty gave the Eagles a first-and-10 at the Miami 20-yard line, and they capitalized by scoring a touchdown. The controversial call has sparked debate over the consistency and fairness of NFL officiating.

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Controversial Roughing the Passer Call Sets up Eagles Touchdown against Dolphins

Questionable roughing call on Jalen Hurts pass sets up Eagles touchdown vs. Dolphins

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