Jalen Hurts puts on a show to lead Eagles past Giants in blowout win

The Philadelphia Eagles (1) eliminated the New York Giants (6) Saturday night at Lincoln Financial Field in the Divisional Round on the back of a dominant performance from quarterback Jalen Hurts.

Hurts, 24, finished the contest with 154 passing yards and two touchdowns against zero turnovers on 16-for-24 completions, scoring another on the ground.

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He found tight end Dallas Goedert near the end zone on the opening drive of the night for the first TD of the contest.

Goedert, 28, made an incredible one-handed catch before running into the end zone for the score.

Hurts had a perfect first quarter, throwing for 89 yards and two touchdowns on 7-for-7 completed passes, finally missing on the opening play of the second frame. His second TD pass of the first stanza went to wide receiver DeVonta Smith.

Scoreless first half for Giants vs. Eagles

Eagles running back Boston Scott and Hurts each scored a rushing touchdown before halftime to start the third quarter up 28-0.

The Philly defense should also get a ton of credit for holding Giants quarterback Daniel Jones and company to a scoreless first half.

Jones, 25, threw for 135 yards, zero TDs and one INT on 15-for-27 completed passes. He rushed for 24 yards on six carries.

Giants running back Matt Breida scored the only touchdown of the night for the visitors. Saquon Barkley was held to just 61 yards on nine carries, getting most of his production on one run.

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New York nearly held Philadelphia to a single field goal in the second half after a scoreless third quarter.

Eagles running back Kenneth Gainwell, however, rubbed salt on the Giants’ wound with a long rushing TD down the final stretch of the match.

He finished the game with 112 rushing yards and a touchdown on 12 carries. Gainwell, 23, racked up at least 100 yards on the ground for the first time in his career.

Eagles will host the winner of Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers next weekend for the Conference Championship.