Buffalo Bills: 4 free agents to sign if Kyle Allen struggles in preseason

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Carson Wentz

At one point, Carson Wentz looked like he was on his way to being a franchise quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. He was the second overall pick by the Eagles in 2016 and in 2017 finished third in MVP voting with almost 3,300 passing yards and 33 touchdowns and only seven interceptions.

Wentz would not have the same success after that season and eventually be traded after the 2020 season to the Indianapolis Colts. He would only play one season there and his overall stats looked pretty good with 3,563 passing yards, 27 touchdowns, and only seven interceptions.

However, the Colts didn't win when they needed to and missed the playoffs. They would then trade Wentz to Washington this past offseason. He would lose his starting job in the middle of the season but showed early on that he could still produce with 10 passing touchdowns and six interceptions in the first five games.

If the Buffalo Bills want a quarterback with the most upside that are still available, that would likely be Carson Wentz.