Carson Wentz has done some impressive things so far this season, especially for a rookie. Wentz, the Philadelphia Eagles rookie quarterback, is tough in the pocket with an innate willingness to stand and deliver in the face of pressure. Show More Summary
One of the best storylines in this young NFL season has been the emergence of rookie quarterback Carson Wentz. The No. 2 pick in the draft has led the Philadelphia Eagles to a 3-0 record while proving he may have been worth the slew of picks the team gave up to draft him. Show More Summary
Last Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles put the entire league on notice by destroying the Pittsburgh Steelers by a score of 34-3 at Lincoln Financial Field. #2 overall draft pick and rookie QB Carson Wentz handled the game like a season vet going 23-31 for 301 yards and two touchdowns. While on the sideline after Darren […]
Maybe President Obama will jump on the “Wentz wagon” now. With rookie QB Carson Wentz leading the Philadelphia Eagles to a 3-0 (...)
One thing overlooked in their blowout win vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers was that the Philadelphia Eagles future running game might feature a dynamic duo. Running backs Kenjon Barner and rookie Wendell Smallwood both had impressive games...Show More Summary
It sounds like the Pittsburgh Steelers respect the Philadelphia Eagles quite a bit after their embarrassing 34-3 loss on Sunday. Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham appeared on the 94WIP Morning Show and mentioned he received some high praise from Steelers offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert. Show More Summary
The Green Bay Packers have played three games so far in 2016. Along with the Philadelphia Eagles, the Packers will have a bye week in Week 4 -the first week of byes this season – and, when they begin play again in Week 5 ( they’ll be...Show More Summary
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Eli Rogers may have to spend time on the sidelines after suffering a foot injury during the team's Week 3 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, according to Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Continue for updates. Rogers' Foot Placed in Boot, Return Uncertain Tuesday, Sept. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 34-3, on Sunday. No matter who had won the game, there would have been lots of (...)
Through three games, the Philadelphia Eagles have a legitimate claim as the best team in the NFL. If you thought the Eagles’ 2-0 start was a product of playing two bad opponents, and that Carson Wentz would be exposed against a real opponent, Week 3 was startling. Show More Summary
They are #1 in scoring offense and defense after dismantling Pittsburgh.
When the Philadelphia Eagles traded five draft picks for the No. 2 overall pick in this year's draft (and a future conditional pick), they did so expecting to get a franchise quarterback with that pick. That appears to be what they got. Philadelphia...Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Eagles starting running back will join committee once healthy. We breakdown fantasy implications. Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said Monday that running back Ryan Matthews will remain the starter and join the running rotation once healthy, according to Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Show More Summary
The Cardinals, Panthers and Steelers reminded us that the teams we think are great can look terrible at any time. The Pittsburgh Steelers were great until they ran into Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles. Through two weeks, the offense looked like it could be the NFL’s best. Show More Summary
1 of 7 | NEXT » Who would have thought the Philadelphia Eagles would be the cause of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ worst loss in 27 years? It’s safe to say that no one thought the Eagles were capable of blowing out the Steelers. The 34-3...Show More Summary
Don’t say it was the competition this week. The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, a Super Bowl favorite this season, 34-3 Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia in a game where the Eagles could do no wrong. Quarterback Carson...Show More Summary
There's never been quite the sort of clean, composed rookie quarterbacking that Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles and Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys are producing week after week after week.
Wow. Just wow. The Philadelphia Eagles crushed the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers 34-3 on Sunday afternoon. The battle of I-76 was never close, as the Eagles led wire-to-wire and controlled both sides of the ball. Quarterback Carson Wentz...Show More Summary
Carson Wentz threw for 301 yards and two touchdowns, a fierce defense shut down Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-3 on Sunday to remain unbeaten.
The legend of Carson Wentz continues to grow after the Philadelphia Eagles (3-0) maintained their unbeaten start in a 34-3 victory Sunday at home over the Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1). According to NFL Media's Mike Garafolo, it's the biggest...Show More Summary