Carson Wentz will be the 4th-best QB in the AFC South – Mike Tannenbaum | Get Up

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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “Carson Wentz will be the 4th-best QB in the AFC South – Mike Tannenbaum | Get Up” – below is their description.

    The Get Up crew discusses their expectations for Carson Wentz with the Indianapolis Colts under head coach Frank Reich.

    0:00 Tim Hasselback says the Colts don’t need to put everything on his back and are the perfect place for him to play well.

    1:40 Mike Tannenbaum calls Wentz the fourth-best QB in the AFC South and isn’t that big of an upgrade.

    3:35 Kimberley A. Martin says there will be a large amount of pressure on Wentz in Indy.

    #NFL #Colts #Wentz

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