Trouble for Carson Wentz in Indy?
After a shocking loss to the worst team in the league that knocked the Colts out of playoff contention, coach Frank Reich declined to commit to Carson Wentz as his starting quarterback in 2022.
Asked if Wentz will be the starting quarterback next season, Reich wouldn’t answer.
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“We loved the team we had this year, we knew everyone we brought in this year, we expected to play winning football,” Reich said, via Joel A. Erickson of the Indianapolis Star. “Next year’s roster will be next year’s roster. I don’t want to open it up about one player and then start talking about all of them.”
The Colts passing game wasn’t good enough, not by a long shot, and it’s all going to be evaluated.
What Frank Reich said, and more importantly, did not say, on Monday https://t.co/Tv9keU6Jef
— Joel A. Erickson (@JoelAErickson) January 10, 2022
When asked whether the Colts wanted to keep Philip Rivers following last season, Reich was far more definitive.
“As I sit here right now, yes, I want Philip Rivers to be my starting quarterback next year,” Reich said at the end of last season.
Not great news for Wentz, who played better in Indy than he did his last few years in Philly.
Guessing just a motivational tactic by Reich.