By Max Harper
It turns out that Carson Wentz gets as little protection from the Colts offensive line as he did from the Eagles’ last season.
Wondering when he’s going to melt down in Indy and demand a trade?
After spending last season playing behind an injury-riddled offensive line, leading to the worst year of his NFL career and a trade, Wentz joined one of the league’s best-blocking quintets.
So much for that.
A marginally talented Seahawks pass rush sacked Wentz thrice and hit him 10 times.
The Colts’ fourth starting quarterback in as many years fell into a familiar situation, with shaky protection, and in an offense without its most accomplished wideout (T.Y. Hilton).
Fill-in left tackle Julie’n Davenport allowed two sacks and eight pressures, making Eric Fisher’s return all the more critical.