It was two thumbs up across the board for Philly’s Carson Wentz in his NFL debut.
It was a great day for two quarterbacks in the NFC East despite different results. Dallas Cowboys rookie quarterback Dak Prescott has the opportunity to ultimately win the starting job from veteran Tony Romo as he heals from injury (Back). In Sunday’s 20-19 heart breaker against the Giants, the rookie was 25 of 25 for 227 yards. Prescott failed to pass for a touchdown, but was also turnover free. If not for Terrence Williams’ failure to get out-of-bounds in the game’s final moments the Cowboys could be one up in the win column.
The Eagles moved up several spots in the draft to select quarterback Carson Wentz. Last week as the team prepared for their home opener against the Cleveland Browns, starting quarterback Sam Bradford was traded to the Minnesota Vikings, opening the door for the young signal caller from North Dakota State. Wentz didn’t disappoint going 22 for 37 for 278 yards and two touchdowns for a QB Rating of 101.0 in the Eagles 29-10 over the Browns. Ironically, it was the Browns who traded their No. 2 pick to the Eagles largely in part because the team acquired veteran quarterback Robert Griffin III in the off-season. Griffin was injured in Sunday’s game and will miss several weeks.