• Carson Wentz
  • QB
  • , Philadelphia Eagles
  • 27
  • 237 lbs
  • 6' 5"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
Since the beginning of the 2017 season, Wentz has averaged 20.1 fantasy points per game, which is solid QB1 production. His 2018 production is considered a disappointment, but if we ignore his three-interception debacle in New Orleans, he averaged 19.0 fantasy points in his other 10 games, which is about what Philip Rivers scored as 2018's No. 13 fantasy quarterback. He had the third-highest per game average through 13 games in 2017, so he has proven top five upside.

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Scouting report

by Chris Kucharski

PHI QB Carson Wentz - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Carson Wentz has proven he can do the job when he is on the field. The fourth-year signal caller completed 69% of his passes last season and was on his way to a 4,000 passing yard season before he missed five games with an injury. He has thrown 54 touchdowns with only 14 interceptions over the past two seasons which included 24 starts. His quarterback rating eclipsed 100 both those seasons. Adding WR DeSean Jackson in the offseason should help his deep ball threat. Wentz has all the tools to be a top tier quarterback in 2019.

Fantasy Downside
Injuries are the key for Wentz and the Eagles. No more Nick Foles means they are depending on Wentz even more. He missed eight games over the last two seasons. Philly is hoping that Wentz will improve on his weaknesses as he still has forced the ball too much and needs to be on the same page with his receivers which hasn’t always been the case. Wentz win-loss record is only 23-17 which isn’t bad, but in two of his three seasons, he has had a losing record as the starter. Won’t affect his fantasy numbers, but just something to keep an eye on.

2019 Bottom Line
Wentz is on the verge of being an elite quarterback but we need to see more and he needs to stay healthy. Those question marks push him back in the rankings to a high-end QB2. He is actually being drafted higher than he should according to his ADP so unless you really believe he can be your starting fantasy quarterback, we recommend you pass on him as there are better choices earlier that have less risk.

2019 Strength of Schedule - PHI
W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
13
WAS
27
@ATL
18
DET
17
@GB
29
NYJ
8
@MIN
10
@DAL
1
@BUF
2
CHI
BYE26
NE
19
SEA
31
@MIA
22
NYG
13
@WAS
10
DAL
22
@NYG

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats
WkOppCompAttPaYdsPaTDIntYPAYPRRuAttYdsTDFumYPCPtsSnaps%
1ATL---------------
2@TB---------------
3IND2537255116.8910.20310013.3311.282/82100.0%
4@TEN3350348206.9610.5528014.0020.778/78100.0%
5MIN2435311208.8912.96526015.2021.059/59100.0%
6@NYG2636278307.7210.69214007.0024.571/71100.0%
7CAR3037310208.3810.3333011.0018.767/67100.0%
8@JAX2130286319.5313.62628014.6722.662/62100.0%
9BYE---------------
10DAL3244360218.1811.2527003.5021.162/62100.0%
11@NO1933156034.738.2116006.000.851/51100.0%
12NYG2028236108.4311.802-200-1.0013.265/65100.0%
13WAS2739306217.8511.334-400-1.0017.875/75100.0%
14@DAL2232228307.1210.364-301-0.7518.852/52100.0%
15@LAR---------------
16HOU---------------
17@WAS---------------
Per game25.3636.45279.451.910.647.6711.023.098.4500.552.7417.3365.82/65.82100.00%
Totals27940130742177.6711.023493062.74190.66724/724100.00%