Carson Wentz and the Washington Commanders are still in the honeymoon phase, evident by Wentz's four touchdown performance in Sunday's win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Wentz had an impressive debut for Washington, completing 27 of 41 passes for 313 yards with four touchdowns and two interceptions (101.0 rating). 

Wentz is the first Washington quarterback since Billy Kilmer in 1975 to throw four touchdowns in a season opener. The Commanders have been more than pleased with how Wentz has progressed in their offense and how he's taken control in their locker room as the leader of the offense. 

Whatever happened that led to Wentz's breakup with Philadelphia and Indianapolis is in the past. Commanders defensive tackle Jonathan Allen doesn't know where the rumors of the "locker room cancer" came about regarding Wentz, but he's not seeing that after getting to know him this year.