Carson Wentz named NFC offensive player of the month

2 November 2017 Eagles News

On Thursday, The league announced that Eagles QB Carson Wentz was the named the NFC’s offensive player of the month.

The second-year player had a tremendous month of football in the month of of October, helping the Eagles beat the Chargers(26-24), Cardinals(34-7), Panthers(28-23), Redskins(34-24) and the 49ers(33-10).

In October, Wentz passed for 1,247 yards with 14 touchdowns to just 3 interceptions. Last season, the rookie quarterback hurled 16 touchdowns on the year, with 14 interceptions on his 2016 resume. The North Dakota gunslinger is at the mid-season mark and looks to improve on all his passing stats from last season.

With the addition of new weapons at Carson’s disposal, Wentz has showed and proved that he is force to be recon with in his second season.