Without three of his top receivers for most of the 2019 season, quarterback Carson Wentz still managed to throw for over 4,000 yards and 27 touchdowns. Despite a rejuvenated and healthy receiving corps in 2020, fantasy football players are severely under-valuing the Eagles quarterback. In a recent draft in the Fantasy Football World Championships, the Philadelphia passer dropped all the way to the 15th round. It’s tremendous value but also a bit telling of fantasy players’ opinion on Wentz. Sports Illustrated’s fantasy football analyst Ben Heisler and EagleMaven editor Ed Kracz highlight what to expect from the Eagles quarterback in 2020.
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