Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has earned another honor. This time, the 24-year-old has officially been NFC Offensive Player of the Month for the month of October.
Here’s a look at Wentz’s stats from the 10th month of the year: 89 completions on 148 attempts (60.1% completion), 1,247 yards (8.4 average), 14 touchdowns, three interceptions, and a 110.4 passer rating. Wentz also had 120 rushing yards on 28 attempts. The Eagles wet 5-0 in October.
Wentz’s award is obviously well-deserved. He’s in the discussion for National Football League MVP thanks to his performance through the first eight weeks of the season. At the very least, he is easily Philly’s MVP.
Wentz is the first Eagles player to win NFC Offensive Player of the Month since LeSean McCoy (December 2013). He’s the first Eagles quarterback to win the award since Nick Foles (November 2013).
Carson Wentz, baby. He’s our baby. He’s it, baby.