Philadelphia Eagles: Top 3 reasonable expectations for Carson Wentz

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The Philadelphia Eagles improved their roster this offseason

Make no mistake about it, the Philadelphia Eagles did a lot this offseason to improve their overall roster. Of course, it will take some time to see how this team meshes out once training camp arrives, but preseason games should give an early glimpse of what we can expect.

Hopefully, the Eagles found some nice diamonds in the rough in all their undrafted free agent signings and that their draft picks for the most part pan out. Another secret of any winning franchise in the NFL is to build through the draft and on paper, the Eagles addressed many key areas of need in one fell swoop in this year’s draft.

The supporting cast built around Wentz on offense is leaps and bounds better than anything he’s had over the last few years. The fact that Wentz was still able to win as many football games as he did is hard to fathom since he did it with subpar talent. Now with better receiving options, running backs, and offensive lineman protecting Wentz, the sky is the limit.

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Overall, don’t sleep on Wentz in 2020. All signs indicate he will shine under center, stay relatively healthy thanks to his offseason regimen, and with better talent around him for a change, thrive for the Eagles to continue their momentum. If everything hopefully falls into place, 2020 will be another glorious year for the record books and one fans will remember for many years to come.