King obtained a glowing appraisal from Washington head coach Ron Rivera following her promotion, who mentioned that the “sky is the restrict” for the previous seven-time All-American deal with soccer quarterback.
“She is a tough employee, a fantastic communicator and a top quality particular person,” Rivera mentioned in January.
“Coach King is all the time desirous to be taught and has proven super progress since beginning right here final season … the sky actually is the restrict for her.”
‘The job is not performed’
Regardless of taking an early lead, a fierce comeback from the Eagles noticed King and Washington fall to a 27-17 defeat — placing a devastating blow to their playoff hopes.
Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts, returning after an ankle harm, rallied his staff with a dominant efficiency — throwing for one landing with a move to Greg Ward and working for 2 extra to raise the Eagles to 7-7.
Washington led 10-0 on the shut of the primary quarter following Antonio Gibson’s landing and Brian Johnson’s subject purpose, however have been finally overcome by a bruising Eagles offense — bested comfortably on complete yards by 519 to 237.
The staff arrived in Philadelphia realizing a win would put them forward of their opponents, however defeat for Washington left them 6-8 with their playoff desires in tatters — although they’ll have a possibility to take revenge towards the Eagles on January 2.
For the Eagles, that reverse fixture is sandwiched by essential video games towards the New York Giants (4-10) and the NFC East main Dallas Cowboys (10-4).
“The job is not performed — nowhere close to performed,” Hurts instructed reporters after the sport. “We all know what we need to accomplish.
“You simply need to have that mentality of not being denied … with all of the adversity we had this week, with all of the adversity we had immediately early within the sport — we did not let that have an effect on us immediately and I am so glad about that.”
Rams floor Seahawks
Tuesday’s different rescheduled sport noticed quarterback Matthew Stafford throw two landing passes to Cooper Kupp to steer the Los Angeles Rams (10-4) to a 20-10 victory over the Seattle Seahawks (5-9).
Stafford went 21-from-29 for 244 yards and an interception, throwing two second-half landing passes to Kupp to see off the Seahawks, who had led early within the third quarter after DeeJay Dallas ran for a landing.
Their third consecutive win, the Rams now sit stage on 10-4 on the prime of the NFC West with the once-soaring Arizona Cardinals — reeling from two straight defeats to the Rams and the Detroit Lions.
“What an unimaginable job by our group as an entire … so many individuals have been instrumental in even getting us to a place to play this sport,” Rams head coach Sean McVay instructed reporters.
“This was a heavy week, navigating via all of the issues that we went via, however for our guys to come back in right here and carry out the way in which that they did … this was a big-time win for our staff.”