The Colts could be the perfect dance partners for the Philadelphia Eagles.
By now, there are so many dots that have been connected between Carson Wentz and Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich. It almost seems to be too perfect of a match between the two as Wentz their connection dates back to when Reich coached 11 during his days in Philadelphia.
So, if Howie Roseman were to just pick up the phone and call the Colts’ front office it seems like they would have a lot to talk about as the Colts have some great collateral to offer.
Let’s make this really simple. The Philadelphia Eagles give the Indianapolis Colts their franchise QB in Carson Wentz and a fifth-round pick. In return, the Philadelphia Eagles get the Colts first-round pick (21), a fourth-rounder (126), and linebacker Darius Leonard to sweeten the pot.
With this trade, the Colts, again, get the future franchise signal-caller to lean on, and the Eagles land a monster defender to man the middle of the defense (along with two-picks to help build a struggling roster). This is what you call a win-win and a trade that would have the Philadelphia Eagles marching in the right direction.