Foles has had more success with the Philadelphia Eagles. Carson Wentz is the better talent at the quarterback position.
Right now, Foles has had a more fruitful career, but Wentz is, without question, the better quarterback. He’s the better talent. He has a higher ceiling. No one can argue that Wentz is more physically gifted.
Foles succeeded in an Eagles jersey because of the fact that his inability to freelance and make those plays that only “11” and a handful of other NFL quarterbacks can make forced him to rely on teammates and scheme. Wentz was the MVP of the league in the last month of 2019’s regular-season when his best teammates were hurt and the scheme didn’t always seem to benefit him.
Every day, when Wentz goes to work, he’ll see a statue of Nick Foles as he should. Foles’ contribution to this team should never be forgotten, but what Wentz did in 2019 shouldn’t be forgotten wither. Nor should the memories of him eluding pressure and finding the target over and over again. When you think of Wentz, think of him dodging tacklers in Week 1 of 2017’s season and finding Nelson Agholor downfield for the first of what would be