Carson Wentz Hires Quarterback Coach To Fix Mechanics


After propelling the Philadelphia Eagles to a (3-0) start with a touchdown to interception ratio of 5:0 while having a quarterback rating of 103.8, many were ready to crown rookie Carson Wentz.

Unfortunately, Wentz came back down to reality after being one of the least efficient passers over the final three months of the season. The North Dakota State product finished with 16 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.

Picking up bad habits, which resulted in poor mechanics played a major role in Wentz’s decline. To help him get back on the right track, Wentz will be working with 3DQB’s Adam Dedeaux.

When it comes to physical tools and IQ, Wentz checks off both categories. Now, it’s just all about the technical aspect of the position.

Source: NFL

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