In his return to the field in Week Three, Carson Wentz brought some electricity to the Eagles' offense as he had 255 Passing Yards along with a Touchdown Pass and a dynamic run for a First Down.  Wentz still has to knock off some rust and get back into the groove he was last season that resulted in him setting the franchise record for most touchdown passes in a single season (33).  In his first 30 NFL Starts, Wentz has compiled a 19-11 record with 50 Touchdown Passes and 22 Interceptions along with a 61.7 Completion Percentage.

3-Time Super Bowl Champion and NFL Network Analyst Willie McGinest joined Mike Gill on Tuesday with his impressions of Carson Wentz's return to the football field in Week Three:

“(Wentz) lives life on the edge; I said that before he came (back) that I don’t think there is going to be any change once he gets on the field, that his natural instincts will take over.  A couple of those scrambles and him avoiding (the rush) and being the magician he is in the pocket, I was like ‘Wow’.  And then him diving for the first down, head first pretty much the same way he got injured on the goal line (last season) – But it’s good to see him out there, good to see him healthy and smiling and helping his team win football games.”

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