Here are two guys that might be offensive MVPs at the season’s end.
Stud: Jordan Howard, running back
Not having Jordan Howard in Week 11 killed the Eagles. Hopefully, he’s back for Week 12, but if we’re being honest, he’s at the top of the list when we mention potential offensive MVPs for the Eagles in 2019. they would be wise to bring him back in 2020.
Stud: Carson Wentz, quarterback
Say what you want about Carson Wentz. This team would be 0-10 if Josh McCown or Nate Sudfeld was their quarterback. Carson Wentz missed some key throws and some open receivers in Week 11, but Carson Wentz isn’t this team’s problem. Nelson Agholor and JJ Arcega-Whiteside both dropped game-winning touchdown passes earlier in the season. Agholor dropped a touchdown pass that would have put the Eagles in position to tie the game in Week 11.
Former Eagles great Ron Jaworski tweeted something that was very interesting on a Monday morning following their Week 11 loss. ‘Carson Wentz had 48 dropbacks versus NE today… He was “under pressure/duress” for 22 of those plays… 45.8%!!!! ‘. That says it all, and you wonder why he holds the ball when there’s potential for a rare big play? Do you wonder why his numbers are off? His prime years are being wasted with inferior talent in so many important areas around him.