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Published: Sept. 26, 2016 at 02:09 p.m.
Updated: Sept. 26, 2016 at 02:20 p.m.

Mind-blowing stats for Carson Wentz

Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz is the first rookie to have no interceptions in his first 100 pass attempts. Take a look at the mind-blowing stats behind Wentz's 3-0 start.

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  • Against the Steelers, Carson Wentz completed 23-31 passes for 301 yards, two touchdowns and a 125.9 passer rating. It was the first 300-yard game of his career. 6

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    300-yard game

    Against the Steelers, Carson Wentz completed 23-31 passes for 301 yards, two touchdowns and a 125.9 passer rating. It was the first 300-yard game of his career.

  • Carson Wentz is the first rookie in NFL history to not throw an interception in his first 100 pass attempts (102 attempts thus far this season). 5

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    Accurate arm

    Carson Wentz is the first rookie in NFL history to not throw an interception in his first 100 pass attempts (102 attempts thus far this season).

  • Wentz joins Mark Sanchez as the only rookies in NFL history to start and win each of his team’s first 3 games of a season. The 2009 Jets went 9-7 and lost in AFC Championship Game. 4

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    Keep the winning streak going

    Wentz joins Mark Sanchez as the only rookies in NFL history to start and win each of his team’s first 3 games of a season. The 2009 Jets went 9-7 and lost in AFC Championship Game.

  • Carson Wentz is the first rookie quarterback since 1960 to throw 30+ passes and win in each of his first 3 career starts. 3

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    Pass happy

    Carson Wentz is the first rookie quarterback since 1960 to throw 30+ passes and win in each of his first 3 career starts.

  • The Eagles' 3-0 start marks the second time in Super Bowl era that the Eagles won their first three games by 15+ points - in 1980, they finished 12-4 and lost Super Bowl XV. 2

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    High scoring

    The Eagles' 3-0 start marks the second time in Super Bowl era that the Eagles won their first three games by 15+ points - in 1980, they finished 12-4 and lost Super Bowl XV.

  • Carson Wentz has put up better numbers in his first three starts than Ben Roethlisberger did as a rookie in 2004. Both won 3-0 over their first three starts, but Wentz had a TD-INT ratio of 5-0 and passer rating of 103.8. Roethlisberger was 3-2 for TD-INT with a passer rating of 94.5. That year, Roethlisberger went on to go 13-0 as a starter. 1

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    Carson Wentz vs Big Ben

    Carson Wentz has put up better numbers in his first three starts than Ben Roethlisberger did as a rookie in 2004. Both won 3-0 over their first three starts, but Wentz had a TD-INT ratio of 5-0 and passer rating of 103.8. Roethlisberger was 3-2 for TD-INT with a passer rating of 94.5. That year, Roethlisberger went on to go 13-0 as a starter.