What the Eagles are saying after a 35-13 win over Steelers in Week 8

The Eagles are 7-0 and headed to Houston with the Phillies undefeated after a 35-13 win over the Steelers at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday.

Jalen Hurts finished with 285 yards and four touchdowns, including three to star wideout A.J. Brown.

Brown had six receptions for 156 yards, and Philadelphia will face the Texans on Thursday night giving the team a short week before another mini-bye.

Here’s what the Eagles are saying after Sunday’s impressive win.

A.J. Brown

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My ball or nobody’s ball.

Lane Johnson

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Philadelphia’s star right tackle doesn’t watch SportsCenter or listen to the experts.

A.J. Brown

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Brown talked about everyone doing what they love on Sundays.

Goedert/Hurts

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Big things are going on.

Jalen Hurts

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Hurts talked about his teammates drawing strength from one another.

Jalen Hurts

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Hurts talked about wanting to grab some popcorn once he delivers a ball to one of his weapons.

Jalen Hurts

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Philadelphia succeeds as a unit, and Hurts talked about that.

Nick Sirianni

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The second-year head coach called Philadelphia the best sports city in America.

Jalen Hurts

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Hurts is dropping the dual threat moniker, calling himself a triple threat.

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Story originally appeared on Eagles Wire