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One year after third place overall, Carson Wentz hardly achieves the NFL Top 100 in 2019



The annual summer filler content of the NFL network – the NFL Top 100 – is back for another year. As you will remember, the list is determined by the votes of current players in the league.

A Philadelphia Eagles player has been featured in the rankings so far: Carson Wentz in 96th place overall. Yes, that's 93 points less than last year.

You can view [click here] the entire NFLN clip on Wentz. Here's a look at what some of his NFL colleagues had to say.

Panthers Linebacker Luke Kuechly

He is athletic, he is strong, he is not afraid of contact. And I think that really allows him to sit in there, turn it off, and release the ball under pressure. […] Many of the people we talk about are extremely competitive. He has this gene

Former Eagle and Current Jaguars Linebacker Najee Goode

"My guy Carson, he's like this weird animal you see in the zoo that you do not know what he is, but he can move and everything because he is so long. And that's a compliment. He is elusive and in fact much stronger than you think. Bigger quarterbacks like Big Roethlisberger are not as hard to grasp as he is. We had him on a flash [when I was with the Colts in 201

8] and he got out. He did a damn good job, man. Even on Darius [Leonard’s] sack he had when he jumped back on [Wentz’s]Darius said: "It was like attacking a horse." He jumped on him and the referee whistled. There are a lot of times when you see this cat and think it is down, but it is not. He can actually throw if he is pressurized. That was a thing that did not change from before the injury until after the injury. [1965513] Packers Defensive Lineman Mike Daniels

"When Drew [Brees] and Tom [Brady] and Aaron [Rodgers] and these guys retire, Carson will be like THE Quarterback. When you talk about top quarterbacks, you mention my name "and that's how he plays, and he's already an elite quarterback."

Wentz, who arrives at No. 96, shows that at least part of the league is sleeping on him , It's not shocking that he fell from third place after his 2018 season, but about 93 places? That's steep.

Wentz has a great chance this year to prove his doubters 2019. The print is on

100: Eric Weddle, Rams
99: Derrick Henry, Titans
98: Tyler Lockett, Seahawks
97: Byron Jones, Cowboys
96: Carson Wentz, Eagles

95: Kyle Fuller, Bears
94: Mitchell Schwartz, Chiefs
93: TJ Watts, Steelers
92: Jurrell Casey, Titans
91: Andrew Whitworth, Rams


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