FOX Sports legend delivers best Carson Wentz take this week

Carson Wentz (11) Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
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Carson Wentz isn’t the only name that can get a rise out of Eagles fans.

From now until the end of time, sports will always be subjective. That’s why we talk about them so much. No one can debate quite like a Philadelphia Eagles fan though, and whether the subject is Carson Wentz or issues that this team has, even after coming from ten points back with less than five minutes to go in a rivalry game, it seems like there’s always a ton to talk about.

Though some of these statements seem to contradict one another, they’re all accurate. Carson Wentz is clutch, and he makes boneheaded decisions sometimes. He’s tough, and he’s fragile. He’s surgical with some of his throws and often wildly inaccurate with others.

He’s got a ton of upside though, and recently, former ESPN and current FOX Sports analyst Colin Cowherd (some of you would call him a hot-take artist) was spot on with his analysis of ’11’ after an Eagles come-from-behind victory that was both heartstopping at times and breathtaking at others. Take a look.

Carson Wentz gets the nod from Cowherd and should get the same from you.

See? One man’s analysis is another’s punching back. You can’t run with everything that Cowherd says. Once, right before Super Bowl 52, he said the Eagles would lose because they have an official hashtag (#FlyEaglesFly) and the New England Patriots don’t. What’s sad about that is the Patriots do have an official hashtag (#GoPats), but that’s neither here nor there.

The point is this. While, Cowherd is tough to take sometimes, sort of like Screamin’ A Smith (Oops. That was supposed to say Stephen A Smith), there isn’t a thing wrong with what he’s said here.

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Some things can’t be argued or debated. We know what a 90-mile-an-hour fastball looks like. We know what a three-pointer or a 40-inch vertical looks like. Some things are subjective though, and whether you feel like Carson Wentz can play or he can’t or whether you feel like Beyonce can’t really sing, there will always be someone to argue with you. It’s just hard to argue with Cowherd on this one. Again, this one is spot on.