Joyner: Wentz One Of Most Impressive Rookie QBs I’ve Ever Seen
In the Eagles two wins to start the season Rookie Quarterback Carson Wentz has thrown for 468 Passing Yards, 3 Touchdowns, 0 Turnovers and a 60.6% Completion Percentage. His success has caused a domino effect from his jersey being one of the top sellers in the NFL to numerous people comparing him to other great Quarterbacks and he has given Eagles fans hope that the future is bright for the franchise.
ESPN NFL Insider KC Joyner, "The Football Scientist", joined The Sports Bash on Thursday and explain what has impressed him about Carson Wentz:
"I want to be real careful as not to be too hyperbolic about this, I don't want to be over the top, but I been breaking down games for 14 years and Carson Wentz through two games, he's at or near the top of most impressive Rookie Quarterbacks I've ever seen. The things he was doing in Chicago, I mean Chicago (Bears) throwing the kitchen sink at him, they were hitting him, they were doing blitzes; he's doing side adjusts, he's reading the coverages on different combination routes. He's doing things that you just usually don't see until a guy gets a couple of years into the league."
Checkout what Joyner had to say about Wentz's role in the Eagles chances versus the Steelers on Sunday along with his breakdown of the NFL Week 3 matchups