Carson Wentz, like Goff, struggled in his rookie season, throwing 16 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. His 7-9 record that season would be forgotten after he led the Eagles to a record of 25-15 over the following three seasons.
His only Pro Bowl appearance came in 2017. He was also the Bert Bell Player of the Year winner that season.
Injuries forced the North Dakota State product to miss eight games in 2017 and 2018, and the playoff run that saw the Eagles lift the Lombardi Trophy as Super Bowl Champions in 2017. He would lead Philly to one more playoff appearance in 2019.
Being benched this past season hurt him, but he still has an impressive stat line. He threw for 16,811 yards, 113 touchdowns, and 50 interceptions. Injury issues, his benching, and his 35-32-1 record have been a cause for concern.
To Carson’s defense, he has lacked a reliable receiving corps for the past couple of seasons. Multiple receivers landed on the injury report, forcing number three wideouts to play top snaps.