Howie Roseman is an absolute wild card for the Eagles, but with their two-time Super Bowl winning coach and GM currently on the hot seat due to lack of success in Philadelphia, it seems like a risk worth taking.

One of the most popular topics that has been discussed in Philadelphia is howie roseman’s commitment to jalen hurts as the eagles 2022 quarterback. The commitment should be taken with a grain of salt because it seems like he is just saying what people want to hear.

Howie Roseman's Commitment to Jalen Hurts as the Eagles 2022 QB Should Be Taken With a Grain of Salt

Following a shockingly good 2021 season, the Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback Jalen Hurts is the focus of everyone’s attention.

On the one side, Hurts was chosen a Pro Bowl alternate after leading the club to a winning season. This season, he was perhaps the finest running quarterback in the league. Hurts’ lack of arm talent, on the other hand, was a glaringly obvious problem during the Eagles’ humiliating first-round elimination in Tampa Bay. He threw two interceptions and failed to score until the fourth quarter.

With three first-round selections on hand, the Eagles’ front staff can’t rule out the prospect of aggressively chasing a veteran quarterback through trade after Hurts’ disastrous playoff debut.

Howie Roseman, the general manager of the Philadelphia Eagles, has publicly committed to Jalen Hurts.

#Eagles QM Howie Roseman, asked again about Jalen Hurts and whether his mindset going into the offseason is that he’s the starter, said yes again. It’s his responsibility to build around the third-year WB.

— Jeff McLane (@Jeff_McLane) January 19, 2022

With so much uncertainty surrounding the Eagles’ quarterback situation, it was a hot subject during the team’s year-end news conference. For what it’s worth, both general manager Howie Roseman and head coach Nick Sirianni have publicly said that Hurts will be the team’s unquestioned starter in 2022.

They didn’t even consider, as they did last summer, the notion of bringing in a veteran quarterback compete with Hurts (Joe Flacco). Despite his dismal playoff performance, Roseman and Sirianni announced flatly that Hurts will be the starting quarterback going forward.

When asked about Hurts’ situation, Roseman remarked, “We said we wanted to see him [Hurts] take the bull by the horns, and he definitely accomplished that.”

Don’t take anything Howie Roseman says at face value.

Howie Roseman remarked about Carson Wentz last year around this time:

“When you have players like that, they’re like fingers on your hand. You can’t imagine that they’re not part of you, that they’re not here. That’s how we feel about Carson.”#Eagleshttps://t.co/4wQ4Cjdv6w

— Brandon Lee Gowton (@BrandonGowton) January 19, 2022

If all of this seems familiar to you as an Eagles fan, don’t worry; you’re not alone. When asked about Carson Wentz’s future with the Eagles after the debacle that was the 2020 season, Roseman replied the same thing.

To sell the fiction that he wanted Wentz to return last offseason, Roseman dug deep into his bag of tricks. He likened the loss of Wentz to the loss of one of his fingers. This was a major exaggeration, and eventually a straight-up lie, unless Roseman surreptitiously chopped off his pinky and no one saw.

It’s important to note that the circumstances of Wentz last year and Hurts this year are not similar. Wentz had just had his worst season of his career and was apparently looking for a new start. Hurts, on the other hand, is coming off a strong season and seems to want to stay in Philadelphia.

It would, however, be quite unwise to accept Roseman’s word for it in this case. Whether you like Hurts or not, it’s unrealistic to believe Roseman won’t look for external reinforcements this summer. Hurts might very likely be under center in 2022, according to the present plan. Roseman, on the other hand, will pick up the phone if the Seattle Seahawks call about a possible Russell Wilson deal.

What should the Eagles do with Jalen Hurts in the end?

Howie Roseman and Jalen Hurts.

Howie Roseman and Jalen Hurts. Jalen Hurts gets a knuckle bump from Howie Roseman | Andy Lewis/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

In the end, the Eagles find themselves in an unusual situation with their quarterback. Hurts has a lot of promise. If this were a conventional summer, the choice to keep him for another season would be straightforward.

This isn’t your ordinary offseason, however. Three first-round choices are available to the Eagles. They are one of the few NFL clubs capable of acquiring a franchise quarterback such as Wilson or Deshaun Watson.

The Eagles’ unclear quarterback situation will almost certainly come down to money. It’s difficult to envision Roseman passing on Wilson/Watson if he can get them for 1-2 first-round picks. If the Seattle Seahawks and Houston Texans both want all three first-round selections for their coveted quarterbacks, Roseman should stick with Hurts in 2022.

In any case, the Philadelphia quarterback debate isn’t ended simply because Roseman declared so in a news conference. He has a history of lying and deception in order to acquire what he wants.

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