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Skip Bayless Says He Was Right About 1 NFL Player All Along

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Skip Bayless is one of the most polarizing figures across all of sports media.

He hosts a controversial show, one where he shares “hot” takes that often result in an outcry across social media.

However, Bayless has recently taken a victory lap about one of his takes surrounding a former member of the Washington Commanders.

I was right all along about Carson Wentz, just as I was right from the start in predicting Jalen Hurts would make Philly forget Carson “Wince.”

— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) February 28, 2023

Carson Wentz has recently been released from the Commanders.

This move saved the Commanders nearly $27 million in cap space.

Unfortunately for Wentz, it appears that the Commanders do not see him as a part of their future.

The team has publicly expressed that they are more than comfortable rolling into 2023 with Sam Howell as their quarterback, despite his lack of NFL experience.

Bayless had been a Wentz hater from the beginning of his career, citing that he wouldn’t be a great fit in the NFL.

Wentz played college football at North Dakota State University, a smaller school that isn’t known for producing NFL-level talent.

Unfortunately for Wentz, it appears that Bayless might have won this battle.

Wentz is technically a free agent, and he is free to seek employment elsewhere.

However, he has already played on three different teams in his seven-year NFL career.

Will a fourth team take a chance on Wentz?

There are several teams across the NFL that are in need of a new quarterback for the 2023 season.

With a high amount of NFL-ready prospects in the draft, along with other potential free agents at the position, teams will be left to decide if they believe that Wentz has done enough in his career to earn a second chance.

The post Skip Bayless Says He Was Right About 1 NFL Player All Along appeared first on The Cold Wire.




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