Eagles Twitter Reacts to Carson Wentz’s fourth quarter win
23 October 2020 Uncategorized
When the winning isn’t happening all too often, you’ll take an ugly win. For the Eagles faithful, they completely understand that.
After the game, I took to Twitter to see how people were feeling and here’s their thoughts.
Carson Wentz has again shown the ability to put this team on his back and force them to win a game. Travis Fulgham is the #Eagles #1 WR and belongs there. The defense is probably their least beat up part of the team yet the weakest (last one is a hot take)
— Eagles Talk (@zach_gobirds) October 23, 2020
Carson is tough and NOT injury prone. That’s my qb. The young guys need to stay. Schwartz needs to go. We need a new play caller. Oh and wentz is my guy
— Katie Dougherty (@katie_dough) October 23, 2020
Carson Wentz played good football when he needed to the most and that’s important. It’s was great early on, but he turned it up and got two huge touchdowns with under six minutes left to win the game for the Eagles.
With a healthy offense, Wentz can be elite. He’s shown he’s elite with what he’s done and with who that’s with. Given time, he’ll make any throw and that was evident on the winning touchdown.
Now, with all that being said, the biggest positive for this team was that not only did they win, they now get to enjoy and extended break.
Get a little mini bye now, maybe get a lineman or two back. Pick up another back. We often improve as the season gets on. We will stay relevant I think
— AJ (@bikeage66) October 23, 2020
This team is banged up, they’re bruised and they’re hurt. With a little but if extra time to recover, maybe we’ll see a few extra guys back next Sunday when they take on the Dallas Cowboys. We already know linebacker TJ Edwards is set to return. Hopefully some more players will follow suit.
It’s nice to get that victory feeling again. This team is in the mix for playoff football again and as they win, they’ll only get more confident. Who knows what’ll happen then. Everything is in front of them, is their division to lose.
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