Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is off to a tremendous start. Wentz has the Eagles off to a 5-1 start, which is the best record in football, as they prepare to face the Redskins in Philly on Monday Night Football. Wentz, who is in his second season, has thrown 13 touchdowns in six games.
Eagles DE Steven Means is very impressed with the play of Wentz. He believes Wentz is doing a great job of leading the team:
“I view him as a leader, a young leader,” Means told the Go4it podcast hosted by Paul Gant. “Somebody, who just looking at his play on the field, you would not be able to guess it’s his second year. A guy that comes in, he is the first guy in the building. He’s a cool guy, but at the same time, he knows when it’s time to take things serious and get down to business.”
According to Means, Wentz is playing at an elite level:
“He’s playing at an all-time high right now,” Means said.
If Wentz continues to play at this level, Philadelphia could make a run to the Super Bowl. They have a solid defense, a decent running game, to go along with Wentz.
At this point, the way things are in the NFC, there is no reason to believe that Philly can’t make a long run in the playoffs.
A lot of football left to be played, but things are looking good in Philly!