Wentz is set up for success as he joins a Colts offense that has a stellar offensive line, a great running back, and a decent (if unproven) receiving corps. He’s reuniting with Frank Reich, who was the offensive coordinator for the Eagles in 2017, when Wentz had the best season of his career–33 touchdowns, seven interceptions and 254 yards per game in 13 starts. Wentz averaged 23.0 rushing yards per game that year, and equaled that mark last season, so if he can provide that sort of rushing floor, he’ll definitely be in the streaming conversation. At just 28, Wentz is a little young to be getting his last chance to start, but that’s what this feels like. If Wentz can’t succeed in 2021, then his career is probably derailed for good.