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View Poll Results: Initial reaction to trading for Carson Wentz?
Love it 8 12.12%
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Old 10-13-2022, 05:26 PM   #691
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What Rivera has done to the OL is way worse than what we did at QB. If we had last year's line, Wentz would look better than he has. Our line is an abomination. And its 100% on Ron for fucking that up as bad as humanly possible.
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Old 10-14-2022, 11:03 AM   #692
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Even with a good offensive line I'm not sure it would help Wentz not lock in to one receiver.
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Old 10-14-2022, 11:12 AM   #693
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Saw a lot of 1 read throws by him. Thatís what happens when you are shell shocked from a garbage Oline that canít protect him.

I would like to see them move him more in and out the pocket, just like a good fingerblast
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That was driving me nuts last night. He would lock in only see first or second read and for the most part he wouldn't even see one half of the field.
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Wentz .. is not good at processing things fast enough. Hes just not.

Hes a low IQ qb imo.

Plays like the one above happen way too much. He doesnt see the field, I dont think hes good at reading Ds pre snap, def not good at reading the field post snap.

For a pass play to work, his first read needs to be open open.

Hes just mentally slow.

Turner must be frustrated.
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Old 10-14-2022, 11:18 AM   #696
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i will say I enjoyed this effort by Wentz he flat out leveled Roquan Smith. IMO this shows me he still cares about winning and his role, just doesn't have the skillset unfortunately. How many QBs would put their shoulder into a LB? Most just stand there and dance in front of them before getting trucked.

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Old 10-14-2022, 11:20 AM   #697
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Terrible. Terry would have got like 15 or 20 yards on that.
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Old 10-14-2022, 11:32 AM   #698
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Terrible. Terry would have got like 15 or 20 yards on that.
I have admittedly been a defender of Wentz, but that was awful, not just an open receiver but the one guy he should always have eyes on. No wonder Terry is not getting many targets if Wentz is doing that. I am over Wentz as the solution now, but I don't think drafting a QB high in '23 will help if the rest of the team, particularly the OL doesn't drastically improve. If we have a top 5 pick they should be looking to trade down including an extra r1 the following year and other change. Get a good young CB and a couple of guards, roll with Wentz or Howell for '23.
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Old 10-14-2022, 11:33 AM   #699
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i will say I enjoyed this effort by Wentz he flat out leveled Roquan Smith. IMO this shows me he still cares about winning and his role, just doesn't have the skillset unfortunately. How many QBs would put their shoulder into a LB? Most just stand there and dance in front of them before getting trucked.

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Old 10-14-2022, 12:23 PM   #700
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A while back I said that Wentz is basically Jay Schroeder minus the poor attitude. He is a good deep ball thrower when given time but really not much else. Isn't accurate enough on the mid and short range stuff to consistently move the chains, has no touch and once you knock him around he checks out. But at least Jay could move around, Wentz can't even do that anymore. Looks like that knee injury took away some of his mobility.

If Wentz was a baseball player he'd hit 30 homeruns, bat 190 and lead the league in being struck out. Maybe it works on a team full of stars to pick him up but not here. Not in Indy. He is not that same guy we saw in 2017 that looked like a future MVP. That guy is long gone and ain't coming back.
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Old 10-14-2022, 05:31 PM   #701
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A while back I said that Wentz is basically Jay Schroeder minus the poor attitude. He is a good deep ball thrower when given time but really not much else. Isn't accurate enough on the mid and short range stuff to consistently move the chains, has no touch and once you knock him around he checks out. But at least Jay could move around, Wentz can't even do that anymore. Looks like that knee injury took away some of his mobility.

If Wentz was a baseball player he'd hit 30 homeruns, bat 190 and lead the league in being struck out. Maybe it works on a team full of stars to pick him up but not here. Not in Indy. He is not that same guy we saw in 2017 that looked like a future MVP. That guy is long gone and ain't coming back.
Yeah I would agree with this, he's got a top 10 Arm but a bottom 10 accuracy in the mid range (10-19) yards.

What made him so special in 2017 was his mobility and after the knee he is scared to run now which limits his game.

O well he wasn't the longterm answer anyway
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Brian Baldinger knows.

https://commanderswire.usatoday.com/...FLAbLBgQM9K_TA
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https://twitter.com/rapsheet/status/...GMwPuiaWkJ8lvA

Knew this was coming.

Per Rap Sheet this is similar to Daks situation.

If he needs surgery he will be out 6 weeks.

They need to get Sam Howell going fucking Asap


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