With the start of the NFL season right around the corner, the anticipation for what the offense will look like in Washington under new quarterback Carson Wentz is growing. Here’s some insight into how his 2021 season actually went.
When the Washington Commanders traded for quarterback Carson Wentz, they took on everything that comes with the talented, but quirky former number two overall pick. After all, Wentz is on team three in year three, so the optics can be misunderstood.
For one, the narrative has already been written by those who think most people are not smart enough to watch game film and see things for themselves. This post is directed toward those that are interested in finding the truth out (even if it’s just a small portion) about the newest starting quarterback of the burgundy and gold.
Carson Wentz Game Film 2021
The video below is Carson Wentz’s All-22 coaches film from 2021. Well, it’s the touchdowns and interceptions from last year mixed with commentary from some guy who’s also the host of the Commander Capitol podcast.
No matter which side of the fence you stand on, Carson Wentz is better than what the talking heads give him credit for. Truth is, is highly talented, but also flawed with issues that leave him in a situation needing to be coached up.
Thankfully Washington has Ken Zampese on the staff as its quarterback coach. Zampese coached 13 years in Cincinnati and worked with quarterbacks Jon Kitna, Carson Palmer, and Andy Dalton during earlier stages in their careers. Zampese was also the quarterback’s coach for Hall of Famers Brett Favre and Kurt Warner.
Wentz has all the ability and arm strength in the world, he just needs to do what got him there and concentrate on success.