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12/11/17 - QB Carson Wentz left Sunday's 43-35 win against the Los Angeles Rams with a knee injury in the third quarter.
After the game, reports surfaced that said the Eagles believe Wentz might have a torn ACL. Wentz is scheduled for an MRI exam Monday to determine the severity of the injury.
Wentz, who threw four touchdown passes, absorbed a punishing blow when trying to run in for a score. He made it to the end zone, but a holding penalty negated the score.
Nick Foles took over in the fourth quarter for Wentz, who leads the NFL with 33 touchdown passes and has guided Philadelphia to an 11-2 record, the best in the NFC.
Eagles head Doug Pederson would not confirm or deny talk of a torn ACL after Sunday's game.
Wentz left after taking a big hit on a third-quarter touchdown run that was called back because of a penalty. But he stayed in the game to deliver his last touchdown pass before hobbling to the sideline. He would leave the stadium on a motorized cart to reach the team bus.
"We will find out more tomorrow," Philadelphia head coach Doug Pederson said, discounting a report that Wentz had suffered a torn knee ligament. "You're speculating he is going to be out, but I just don't know yet."
Before Wentz exited, he completed 23-of-41 attempts for 291 yards, with an interception.
In the first matchup of the 2016 draft's top two picks, Wentz got the better of Goff, the No. 1 overall selection that year. Goff was 16 of 26 for 199 yards and two touchdowns.
The Eagles had regained the lead 31-28 on Alshon Jeffery's scoring catch of 2 yards after the Rams committed two 15-yard penalties. For Wentz, it was his 33rd touchdown pass of the season, breaking Sonny Jurgensen's franchise mark set in 1961.
12/11/17 - QB Carson Wentz has a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the remainder of the season and playoffs, coach Doug Pederson announced Monday. The 24-year-old Wentz, who was expected to be an NFL MVP candidate this season, underwent an MRI on Monday morning after suffering the knee injury in Sunday's 43-35 victory over the Los Angeles Rams.
12/11/17 - QB Carson Wentz will miss the rest of the season after tearing his left ACL Sunday against the Rams. He will have surgery on the knee as soon as the swelling goes down.
He had an MRI Monday that confirmed the tear. Head coach Doug Pederson said no other ligaments were damaged.
12/06/17 - QB Carson Wentz had five of the Eagles' eight rushing first downs Sunday night against Seattle. In the last two games, he has nine rushing first downs and 26 for the season. Offensive coordinator Frank Reich acknowledged nine rushing first downs in two games is a bit much for Wentz. But he said it usually comes in waves and he could go a couple of games without any.
12/04/17 - QB Carson Wentz led all NFL players in Pro Bowl voting through last week. Wentz completed 29 of 45 throws for 348 yards with one touchdown and one interception but had his streak of games with multiple touchdown passes stopped at seven.
12/04/17 - QB Carson Wentz has thrown 29 touchdown passes. That's just three shy of Sonny Jurgensen's 56-year-old franchise record.
11/27/17 - QB Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles continue to dominate opponents.
Wentz threw for three touchdowns, including one to Alshon Jeffery, to lead the Eagles to a 31-3 rout of the Chicago Bears on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Wentz upped his NFL-best touchdown total to 28 while going 23 of 36 for 227 yards.
"This is Carson being Carson," Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said. "He's such a competitor and his will and determination to get things right and the way he can elevate the play of guys around him has been incredible."
11/20/17 - QB Carson Wentz threw a pair of touchdown passes as Philadelphia scored on its first three possessions of the second half and surged to a 37-9 victory on Sunday night at AT&T Stadium.
With their kicking game limited due to an injury to Jake Elliott, the Eagles went for two after each of their second-half touchdowns. Wentz made good on two of them with passes to Alshon Jeffery and tight end Trey Burton, and running back Corey Clement ran for another one.
"When I found out that Jake was being evaluated, at that point I went into go-for-it (mode) on fourth down in the field-goal-range situations," Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said. "The scoring drives were just sort of a no-brainer to go for it on two-point conversions."
Wentz converted a fourth-and-5 from the Dallas 17 when he connected with Jeffery for a touchdown that put Philadelphia ahead 29-9 with 12:10 left in the fourth quarter.
Wentz's stellar second half helped him finish with 168 passing yards on 14-of-27 passing.
11/08/17 - QB Carson Wentz has thrown 17 touchdown passes in the Eagles' last five games. That's the most ever by an Eagles quarterback over a five-game stretch.
"He improves every single week," head coach Doug Pederson said
11/06/17 - QB Carson Wentz threw four touchdown passes and was 15 of 27 for 199 yards (118.7 passer rating) in Sunday's game. "He prepares so well each week," Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said of his second-year quarterback. "It's fun to watch." Wentz threw touchdown strikes to Alshon Jeffery, Corey Clement and tight end Trey Burton, pushing his total to a league-best 23 this season.