Eagles fans react to former QB Carson Wentz, Colts missing playoff – Greeley Tribune

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Eagles’ playoff run begins this weekend in Tampa Bay — but do you know what the former player will be watching from his couch watching the playoffs? Carson Wentz.

Wentz and the Indianapolis Colts missed out on a place in the NFL playoffs. The Colts controlled their playoff fate but could not win the last two weeks.

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They ended the season with a 26–11 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars – who ended the season with a 3–14 record. Ouch.

Eagles fans wasted no time telling Wentz how they felt.

“The Eagles make the playoffs and are three mid-first-round picks in the 2022 NFL Draft. Meanwhile, Carson Wentz and the Colts are out of the playoffs. Howie Rosman has named his “franchise” quarterback for another,” Adam Koffler tweeted. Replaced with franchise guy and load up on choosing/saving money.

Twitter user H91hill wrote, “#CarsonWentz SUCKS thanks for the extra 1st round draft pick tho #Eagles.”

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im_just_ethan tweeted, “Carson Wentz is a bum, don’t forget everyone.”

“Carson Wentz actually lost a win game by two points for a team whose fans dressed up as Jokers yesterday. Yep, that actually happened,” VT_Ben tweeted.

“The record shows that when the time came for #CarsonWentz to be able to revive and revitalize his career in the most ideal conditions he faded away and didn’t show up against the worst team in the league. The Eagles made the right choice. Done! #FlyEaglesFly,” tweeted Holatyaboyan.

“Carson Wentz is about to spend the rest of his life watching his Super Bowl ring and know deep down that the Eagles would have lost to the Falcons in the playoffs if it hadn’t been for an injury,” Scott_Valletti tweeted.

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The Birds head to Tampa Bay to face Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in the first round of the NFL playoffs this weekend. The game is scheduled for 1 pm