Carson Wentz was 19-of-37 for 194 yards in a 25-16 loss and head coach Frank Reich said after the game that the team’s offensive playcalling was affected by Wentz being less than 100 percent. While Wentz wasn’t in full form, Reich said there was never a second thought about playing him once he was medically cleared.
“I thought Carson did a good job understanding what his limitations were and playing within that,” Reich said, via the team’s website. “He’s our quarterback. We felt like him at 70, 80 percent, whatever he is is our best option to beat a very good Football Team on the road. We make a couple more plays in that game and I think they’re there. I think they’re there to be made by all of us — coaches, players. I think there’s plenty of opportunities in this game, a closely contested game, to win that game.”
We'll have to see how Wentz came out of Week 3 with his ankle injuries, but so far he seems to be on track for Week 4, and will hopefully be playing at a higher percentage. Hundley would likely be next up of Wentz can't go even though Eason filled in after Wentz got hurt in Week 2. Eason did throw a costly interception which then led to Hundley taking more of the first team reps when Wentz couldn't practice last week.