Is Eagles’ Jalen Hurts the 2nd-year QB facing the most pressure in 2021?

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As training camp approaches for teams all across the NFL, the pressure will start to mount on quarterbacks around the league facing some level of scrutiny.

Whether it be in Green Bay where Jordan Love could conceivably take over for Aaron Rodger, or in Philadelphia where Jalen Hurts is taking over for Carson Wentz, there’s pressure to produce for the respective GMs of both teams.

On a recent episode of ESPN’s First Take, Alan Hahn and Keyshawn johnson debated which second-year signal-caller across the league is facing the most pressure in 2021. The debate ultimately came down to Hurts and Love, with Joe Burrow, Justin Herbert, and Tua Tagovailoa sliding under the radar.

The debate happened hours after the Action Network released a report that the Eagles quarterback is among the most hated and criticized NFL players on social media.

The debate also draws into the constant notion that regardless of who is under center.

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