Few NFL franchises, if any, have had more bad luck at quarterback than the Indianapolis Colts have. This season has been more difficult for the Colts quarterbacks.
Carson Wentz, the starting quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts, suffered a foot injury during the preseason. He was able to return in time for the start of the regular season. However, he is currently dealing with a new injury. Both of Wentz’s ankles are sprained. The Colts may be forced to play two quarterbacks this weekend, according to
. According to sources, Brett Hundley took the majority of starter reps in practice on Wednesday, and he and Jacob Eason could both play against the Titans if Carson Wentz is out. There’s still a chance Wentz (ankles) will be able to play. The final decision may not be made until Sunday, according to Tom Pelissero. “Eason has a lot of talent and a big arm, but he’s only thrown five NFL passes (all last week).”
Hundley has mobility and experience, despite the fact that his nine career starts all came with Green Bay in 2017. Hundley must be promoted to the game-day roster by Saturday. ”
Eason has loads of talent and a big arm, but he has thrown just five NFL passes (all last week). Hundley has mobility and experience, though his nine career starts all came back in 2017 with Green Bay. Indy has until Saturday to elevate Hundley to the game-day roster.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) September 23, 2021
NFL fans can sympathize with the Indianapolis Colts, who have had a string of bad luck recently. “I truly feel bad for the Colts..”
“They’ve had terrible luck with quarterbacks for a long time,” one fan tweeted.
“It’s still hard for me to believe Wentz sprained both ankles at the same time..” Another fan added, “Would love to see a Hundley masterclass on Sunday.”
It’s clear that the situation in Indianapolis isn’t ideal.
You don’t often get a practice squad QB taking first-team reps, but here we are. Still some time for Carson Wentz, though. https://t.co/CNBCnWfdUX
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 23, 2021
On Sunday, the Colts will face the Titans. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. at