I think McLane nails it here. Wentz has all the tools and the requisite coaching but he's a rookie on an imperfect team. The coach needs to improve the play calls, the GM needs to improve the receivers and the QB needs to learn on the job. I'm pretty sure the last will happen, and let's hope the other two do too.
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Wentz is the quarterback, so he will have to shoulder additional criticism for offensive inefficiency. But some of his struggles have stemmed from having subpar skill-position personnel, particularly at outside receiver. Some of Pederson's dubious play calling hasn't placed the young quarterback in the best position to succeed, either.
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If there has been an overarching issue, it's that Wentz has sometimes tried to do too much. It could be said that he has stretched his limits to compensate for the rest of the offense. And it could also be alleged that he has forced plays because Pederson has asked too much of him.
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But he also had moments that did nothing to change the opinion that he can make all the necessary throws. Wentz tossed play-action strikes to tight ends Trey Burton (32 yards) and Zach Ertz (30 and 15 yards). He had deep-pocket passes to receivers Bryce Treggs (a 58-yard deep post) and Jordan Matthews (a 33-yard back shoulder and a 25-yard toss in a tight zone window).