Carson Wentz makes your work day look short

May 13, 2016; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz (11) and offensive coordinator Frank Reich talk during rookie minicamp at the NovaCare Complex. Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is one of the NFL’s most talked about QBs. His daily routine is pretty insane, and as Bleeding Green Nation reports, the second-year QB spends ovre12 hours at the facility on the average day. That makes the typical 40-hour work week seem like a joke.


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Eagles QB spends more than 12 hours a day at the facility on average

Wentz recently revealed his daily routine in a roundtable interview. Much of his day seems like the norm. It begins with a 30-minute commute, where he listens to either a podcast or worship music. Plus, Wentz has gotten into audiobooks lately too.

On the average day, Wentz arrives at the practice facility around 6 A.M., and doesn’t leave until 6:30 P.M. Yes, you read that correctly. It’s over 12 hours.

The 24-year old quarterback discussed getting better in various in-game situations. Notably, Wentz weighed in on third downs, as well as red zone plays. In his first season, Wentz finished at 87 of 156 for a solid 951 yards, three touchdowns, and five interceptions on third downs in 2016-2017. For the 2017-2018 season, Wentz aims to improve that.

It’s impressive to see Wentz putting in so many hours at the gym. Undoubtedly, that’s led to his additional success and poise in the pocket. As the regular season starts, it should show on the field that he’s putting in so much work to improve.

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