With each passing week, Carson Wentz has looked more and more comfortable, more and more like the guy who was the NFL’s MVP through 11 weeks last year.
On Thursday night, he looked all the way back.
Wentz fashioned one of the finest games of his career Thursday night, and he did it with the Eagles’ season teetering in the balance.
Wentz has been sharp since he returned in Week 3, but this was vintage Wentz. Each game he’s played he’s looked more comfortable in the pocket, more aware of pressure, better able to see the whole field.
This was the Carson Wentz of old, and, man, was it fun to watch.
Wentz was very good his first three games. He was next-level Thursday.
Wentz completed 72 percent of his passes (26 of 36) for 278 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the Eagles’ 34-13 win at MetLife Stadium.
His 122.2 passer rating was fourth-highest of his career.
The Eagles did things they haven’t done this year. They won on the road. They jumped on a team early. They finished a team off.
For the first time this year, it kind of felt like 2017 again.
Wentz has been over 65 percent in all four starts, and he’s got seven touchdowns and no interceptions in his last three.
He’s never had a stretch like this. In fact, no Eagles
Article source: https://www.nbcsports.com/philadelphia/eagles/eagles-week-6-report-card-straight-well-almost
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