Carson Wentz Week 1 Review

Carson Wentz turned in a stellar debut performance vs the Browns. We analyze four of his throws from the All-22 Tape.



2016 Philadelphia Eagles QB Preview

Author – Bryan Trulen
#10 Chase Daniel 5’11” 225 8th Year, Missouri
Chase signed a lucrative free agent deal with Philly after spending the past 3 Years in Kansas City learning the Andy Reid/Doug Pederson system. He has been a QB who has showed up extremely well during exhibition play and in his two regular season starts in place of Alex Smith. Chase is a fundamentally sound naturally accurate quarterback who has shown the ability to get the ball to his playmakers. Chase also is a playmaker himself as he is legitimate threat running the football.
Weak areas of chases game are his lack of NFL arm strength and inability to see from within the pocket. Chase is 5’11” and simply struggles when forced to hang in the pocket and survey down the field. If Bradford struggles at any point during 2015, expect Chase however’ to receive a legitimate opportunity to make the Starting QB job his in Philly. He has waited a while for this type of opportunity and may run with it for as long as possible.
#11 Carson Wentz 6’5″ 237 Rookie, North Dakota State
 Carson enjoyed a meteoric rise to celebrity from January – May 2016. There is considerable substance behind all of the hype being generated around him however. He reminds us at QB Film Room of a smoother version of Colts QB Andrew Luck when he was coming out of Stanford. Carson played within a pro style system at North Dakota State and put on display traits such as having a rhythmic feel to his throws, ability to anticipate throws and the  ability to throw effortlessly while on the move. Carson already possesses high end NFL arm talent as a rookie.  Intangibles wise Carson has it all as he is a certified gym rat, highly intelligent and savvy with the media. Carson is an innate leader who inspires his teammates and we would not be surprised to see him instantly become the vocal and inspirational leader of the Eagle locker room when his time to play comes. Carson has a Pro-Bowl ceiling but he will not be forced into action until he is ready to do so and may not take a regular season snap if Philly’s QB Plan stays in tact during 2016.

2016 Mock NFL Draft (Quarterbacks)

In anticipation of Day 1 of the 2016 NFL Draft, QB Film Room has put together a mock of where and how we believe the quarterbacks of the class will end up falling. Enjoy. 

Round 1. (Pick #)

        #1 Jared Goff, California (LA Rams)  

         #2 Carson Wentz, North Dakota State (Philadelphia Eagles) 

          #28 (Dallas obtains Chiefs pick. Christian Hackenberg, Penn State (Dallas Cowboys)

          #29 Dak Prescott, Mississippi State (Arizona Cardinals)

          #31 Jeff Driskel, Louisiana Tech (Denver Broncos)

Round 2. 

           #32 Kevin Hogan, Stanford (Cleveland Browns)

            #37 Paxton Lynch, Memphis (San Francisco 49ers)

            #41 Brandon Allen, Arkansas (Chicago Bears)

            #47 Connor Cook, Michigan State (New Orleans Saints)

Round 3. 

            #80 Cardale Jones, Ohio State Univ (Buffalo Bills)

Round 4.

            #102 Cody Kessler, USC (San Diego Chargers)

            #104 Vernon Adams, Oregon (Baltimore Ravens)

Round 5. 

           #147 Josh Woodrum, Liberty (Miami Dolphins)

           #151  Trevone Boykin, TCU (Detroit Lions)

           #158 Brandon Doughty, Western Kentucky (Washington Redskins)

           #160 Jacoby Brissett, NC State (Minnesota Vikings)

Round 6. 

           #184 Nate Sudfeld, Indiana (NY Giants)

           #204 Joel Stave, Wisconsin (New England Patriots)

           #220 Matt Johnson, Bowling Green (Pittsburgh Steelers)

Round 7. #249 Vad Lee, James Madison Univ (KC Chiefs)6a0120a6abf659970b015431f56832970c