Carson Wentz just cannot seem able to remain healthy. Since entering the league as the second overall pick in 2016, the Eagles QB has had some significant injuries during his NFL career, including a torn ACL and fractured ribs.
This season, the injury bug once again got to Wentz, as a stress fracture in his back shut him down last week against the LA Rams. With Nick Foles
After somehow overcoming the red-hot Rams 30-23 last week in LA, the Eagles still actually have some playoff ambitions. With two weeks left in the regular season, the Eagles are only a game behind the Dallas Cowboys, who lead the tight NFC East at 8-6.
The team may not want to rush back their QB of the future, though. As we've seen, the Eagles have been pretty successful when Foles is leading the team. After a major upset against the Rams, where Foles started his first game since Week 2, the Eagles may decide to shut down Wentz for the rest of the season and roll with Foles instead.
Eagles HC Doug Pederson says he has talked to Carson Wentz and Reassured him that he’s the Eagles starting quarterback when healthy and the quarterback of the future who will be in Philly for a long time despite what Nick Foles has done winning Super Bowl and winning vs LA@6abc pic.twitter.com/NDA9sCcP5F— Jeff Skversky 6abc (@JeffSkversky) December 21, 2018
Wentz wants to get back on the field and help launch his team into the playoffs and back to the Super Bowl, but it seems the Eagles aren't willing to do that unless he's he