The coaches and front office knew they had to make changes. They brought in
So far, the changes look like they are paying off – in a big way.
Wentz had the best practice of his young career on Saturday. He was 15-for-15 in a 7-on-7 drill, making smart reads and accurate throws. Wentz spread the ball around, going short and deep, left and right. This wasn’t a case of Wentz throwing a bunch of short passes. This wasn’t a case of Wentz feeding the ball to one receiver over and over. This was a quarterback in control of his offense. Wentz found the open receiver and got him the ball. He threw into tight coverage a couple of times, giving his receivers a chance to make plays. You love to see a quarterback who has confidence that his receivers will find a way to win even when a defender is right there.
This wasn’t an isolated practice. Wentz was up and down early in the spring but got better as the Organized Team Activities…
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