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It only took one drive for Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz to immediately make a difference and find his rhythm. In his first game back since he suffered a torn ACL last season, Wentz found the end zone.

After an extended drive in the first quarter, Wentz found rookie tight end Dallas Goedert wide open in the end zone and delivered a strike to him for the score.

Wentz simply shredded the Indianapolis Colts defense on the drive, completing five-of-seven pass attempts for 55 yards and the touchdown.

Philadelphia’s offense can be one of the best in the NFL with Wentz healthy and its ceiling could be even higher when Jay Ajayi and Alshon Jeffery return.

Matt Johnson
Writer at Sportsnaut. Journalism student at San Diego State University. Seen on MSN. Previously: eDraft, The Connection