Monday Night Football: Drew Lock stuns Jalen Hurts, Eagles with game-winning drive

– Lock's last-minute heroics: Despite uncertain starting status, Drew Lock led a 10-play, 92-yard drive in under 90 seconds, securing a 20-17 victory for the Seahawks against the Eagles.

– Metcalf's magic: DK Metcalf's sensational catches set up Lock's game-winning throw to Jaxon Smith-Njigba, giving the Seahawks their longest scoring drive of the season.

– Hurts' strong start: Jalen Hurts, battling illness, opened strong with a perfect 5-of-5 drive, ending in a 3-yard touchdown run, putting the Eagles up 7-0.

– Walker's impact: Kenneth Walker's 23-yard rushing score, aided by a key block from Lock, helped the Seahawks tie the game after halftime.

– Eagles respond: Hurts led a 12-play, 75-yard drive, culminating in a 1-yard "tush push" run, putting the Eagles back in the lead.

– Defensive plays: Julian Love's crucial interception and Seattle's defense intercepting Hurts one last time sealed the win for the Seahawks.

– Playoff implications: Despite the loss, the Eagles, at 10-4, are in a tight race with the Cowboys for the NFC East title, while the 7-7 Seahawks keep their postseason hopes alive.

– Individual performances: Hurts, 17-of-30 for 143 yards with two interceptions and 82 rushing yards; Lock, 22-of-33 for 208 yards with a touchdown; Metcalf, 78 yards on five catches; Walker, 86 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries.

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