Counterpoint: Training Camp Stats are Not Useless, as Carson Wentz Throws Three Interceptions on Four Plays

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Anyone who thinks training camp stats are useless just doesn’t love football enough.

If my QB can’t perform under pressure in front of 15 dudes who didn’t play varsity pigskin, but are armed with a phone, notepad, and a Twitter profile, how am I supposed to trust him during a 4th quarter comeback? With that being said, I’ve already seen all I need with Carson Wentz to know it’s going to be a long season in Landover:

I have an insatiable thirst for training camp stats to hold me over until Week 1. I think more should be tracked. I don’t want just Jalen Hurts’ performance in the red zone. I also want to know how quick Jalen Reagor went back to the locker room and searched his name on Twitter. Or how many times Miles Sanders drank water during an hour long practice. Because water is for the weak. Water is used only for washing blood off that uniform. Without our credentialed brothers, none of this would be possible. Not all heroes wear capes.

P.S. –  The Commies better find a 10 foot wide receiver on the waiver wire or Carson Wentz is going to be praying for the rapture before Week 1: