By Geoffrey Knox
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is off to the best start of his career. No, seriously, he is. Just look at the numbers.
Perhaps the rumors of a ‘Super Bowl hangover’ were exaggerated slightly. The Philadelphia Eagles finally played their most complete game of the season as their quarterback, Carson Wentz, lit up the skies en route to a a 26-of-36 performance that resulted in 278 yards and three scoring strikes.
Maybe it’s safe to assume Wentz’s absence in Super Bowl LII has fueled his hunger for a return trip. Maybe, just like any other quarterback in an ultra-competitive NFL, Wentz just needed to get on the field and get his feet wet, just like Foles needed to do a season ago.
Here we are, just four games into Wentz’s return, and Philly’s franchise signal caller is off to the best statistical start of his career. Yes, you read that correctly.
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He’s thrown eight touchdowns against only one interception. He’s completed almost 69 percent of his passes for 1,192 yards, and he has a quarterback rating of...