Washington Commanders quarterback Carson Wentz had far from his best performance Sunday. Against the Philadelphia Eagles, Wentz went 25-for-43 with 211 yards, one fumble and nine sacks taken in the 24-8 defeat.
Still, head coach Ron Rivera is not worried about Wentz's play entering the team's Week 4 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.
"I'm not worried about Carson," Rivera told NBC Sports Washington. "Carson's going to bounce back. He's a very resilient young man. And I loved his press conference, accepting responsibility. And he put it on himself and he tried to make sure everybody understood that this is a team game, we're all culpable. And I don't disagree with him. We are all culpable, myself included."