Is Carson Wentz taking too much heat 🔥 for his loss to the Jaguars? | First Take

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Sam Acho and Domonique Foxworth discuss whether Carson Wentz is taking too much blame for the Indianapolis Colts’ loss to the Jaguars, which eliminated the Colts from playoff contention.

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