Jalen Hurts solidified his MVP bid by throwing for 380 yards and three touchdowns and rushing for another score, and AJ Brown scored two touchdowns against his former team to lead the Philadelphia Eagles to a 35-10 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday Hold the pass Hurts led the Eagles to an 11–1 start, their first time with that record since 2004 and the fourth time in franchise history. The 1949 Eagles won the NFL Championship. The 1980 and 2004 teams lost in the Super Bowl. The Eagles Look Like A Team That Could Win A Super Bowl. They really needed an injury to get one step closer to a playoff spot. The quick, sure-fire quarterback set a career-high with 29 total touchdowns and had his third career game with four total TDs. His first half alone was a pretty good game for most quarterbacks: 268 passing yards and two touchdowns along with a rushing score. (Hurts Has 3 TD Passes Plus a TD Run As Eagles Beat Titans 35-10) The Eagles defense was also top-notch, with Derrick Henry, who had 11 carries for 30 yards, and Ryan Tannehill held to 141 passing yards and a touchdown. The Titans (7-5) suffer their second straight loss but still hold a comfortable lead in the AFC South. After a field goal late in the second quarter put Tennessee to within 14–10, the Titans went on to reel off five straight possessions before turning down the pennant. It was inevitable that Hearts would look for Brown. Tennessee selected Brown in the second round of the 2019 draft, and he quickly became one of the best receivers in the game. He surpassed 1,000 receiving yards in each of his first two seasons and scored 869 points in only 13 games in his third. But the Titans balked when Brown wanted a raise that would make him one of the highest-paid receivers in the league and sent him to Philadelphia in a draft-night deal. That trade was Philly's first real win of the season. Brown has been better than advertised, and yes, the Eagles guaranteed him $57 million, and he had eight receptions for 119 yards against the Titans. Fellow wide receiver Devonta Smith had five receptions for 102 yards. With the game tied 7–7, Hurts and Brown connected on an apparent 40-yard TD pass, which he overturned due to a penalty. Brown had already hugged the goalpost as part of his goal celebration. Without any worries, Hurts came back and punted to Brown, who tackled cornerback Chris Fulton on, yes, a 40-yard touchdown run and a 14–7 lead. (Hurts Has 3 TD Passes Plus a TD Run As Eagles Beat Titans 35-10) Hurts threw a 34-yard TD pass to Smith on the first drive of the game and capped off the first half with a 2-yard run for a 21–10 lead. The next Hurts-to-Brown TD was amazing. Hurts drove it to the corner of the end zone and the ball skimmed over cornerback Trey Avery's facemask before Brown nailed a 29-yard score and a 28–10 lead in the third. Miles Sanders' 3-yard TD run in the quarter made it 35–10 and the only remaining mystery was whether Hurts would come back for a second drive. It did not happen. The game was out of bounds. The best season in team history is just around the corner. Expensive Td The Titans' lone touchdown came at a significant cost. Receiver Traylon Burks was assessed for a concussion after a brutal helmet-to-helmet hit when he jumped to make Tannehill's 25-yard TD reception in the first quarter that tied the game at 7–7. Eagles safety Marcus Epps was penalized for unnecessary roughness. Burks turned his back and players on both teams took a knee. The 22-year-old catcher finally ran under his own power and went to the locker room for treatment. Injuries Titans: Injuries to Burks, Fulton (groin), and LB David Long. Eagles: WR Cuz Watkins (shoulder) and LB Shaun Bradley (hamstring) were injured. Football Flag The Eagles were penalized nine times in the first half for 60 yards and the Titans had four penalties for 59 yards. Till Next Time Titans: Hosts Jacksonville on Sunday. The Eagles will play the first of three straight road games on Sunday against the New York Giants. They continue to tour Chicago and Dallas.