By Peter Gleason
Most of Eagles Nation is in awe of Carson Wentz, the second-year quarterback who seems to be on the verge of superstardom.
Add safety Malcolm Jenkins to that list, as he has had the time to observe Wentz while the defense os on the sidelines:
“His decision-making is night and day. He’s been a gunslinger, he’s been an elusive quarterback in the pocket — those things he came into the league with. But his decision-making and game management have been the next things to step up and, of course, his leadership, that’s kind of taken our offense to the next level.
“He’s always had a big arm and been able to create plays, but when he doesn’t turn the ball over, our offense and our team has so much more success.
“This is his second year; the game has slowed down. You’ve seen a couple of looks. You’re more prepared. It just comes with experience.”