Carson Wentz made some history for the Philadelphia Eagles in Sunday's win over the New York Giants. He became the first Eagles quarterback to throw for over 4,000 passing yards in a season, and in the process he broke Donovan McNabb's team record of 3,916 set back in 2008.
When McNabb found out his record had been broken, he took to Twitter to congratulate Wentz on his accomplishment.
Back in April, McNabb was a little critical of Wentz, saying how his injuries were a concern. That led to me drama with the likes of Lane Johnson, Freddie Mitchell and Terrell Owens all coming to Carson's defense and to shame McNabb. With Wentz playing all 16 games in a season for the second time in his four-year career, I think that put any doubt in McNabb's mind at rest, and now he is fully embracing the Eagles franchise quarterback.
With the Eagles in the playoffs, there is no question who McNabb will be rooting for, as he currently has a $100 bet on the Eagles winning the Super Bowl this season. If Wentz is able to help make #5 a little more money, McNabb will probably become a fan of Wentz for life.