It took less than a quarter for the Washington Chiefs’ fans to turn on Carson Wentz after he replaced Taylor Hynecke in Week 17.
With hopes of playing the Washington leaders on life support, the team turned to Carson Wentz.
Just let that statement sink in, because it’s the nightmare reality fans are dealing with in Week 17. Wentz replaced Taylor Hynecke, who had become a fan favorite in Washington, prior to Sunday’s game against the Browns and the results were predictably disastrous.
It took less than a quarter of the fans to turn on Wentz. In fact, Wentz was booed by the Chiefs’ fans early in the game after he threw his first interception pick of the day.
Wentz threw another interception a few plays later, posting a stat that should embarrass anyone in the leaders building who thought trusting Wentz with his playoff hopes was a good idea.
This is the man the brass chiefs thought would do none of the many, many He has proven to be very adept at doing terrible things in the past.Things got so bad that fans were publicly cheering Heinicke to replace Wentz before the game even reached half-time.
It’s like no one saw the Colts-Jaguars game from last year’s Week 18 — or any of the Wentz tapes there.
This is largely rhetorical, because obviously the leaders saw his tape because they traded him before the season. This is the height of Washington’s absurdity and its discovery now. This is the embodiment of “…but maybe you’ll work with us” from Arrested Development, and Commanders fans are paying the price.
Not a great start to 2023 for Commanders fans.