The Philadelphia Eagles came back to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 21-17 on Monday night in a rematch of Super Bowl LVII.

With wind and rain steady throughout the night, the defenses starred. Jalen Hurts threw for 150 yards and an interception and was sacked five times while Patrick Mahomes went for 177 yards with two touchdowns and a pick.

"I don't think we played clean tonight. I don't think we played to our standard -- nowhere near our standard," Hurts said. "But I think the thing that you can't test or quantify is the resilience that a team has, the ability to persevere and see through things and overcome things, and this team has that.

"When you win games like we've won games, that builds a ton of character. We're kind of in, I guess, character development mode with the games we've played and how we've won. It can only serve us for great things in the future."