Video: QB Shocked By Owners Comments Regarding His Season

Veteran quarterback Carson Wentz knows his one season with the Indianapolis Colts did not go as planned. While the team has since moved on and traded Wentz to the Washington Commanders, it appears Colts owner Jim Irsay is still firing shots from the peanut gallery.

Irsay was as candid as ever recently and called adding Wentz 'a mistake', a comment that Wentz himself did not appreciate or see coming. The QB was a recent guest on The Colin Cowherd Podcast and spoke on his time in Indy:

Last year was a really fun year. We did some incredible things, (but) came up short at the end. Obviously, I struggled down the stretch there, and timing was poor. I didn't expect that, I didn't expect things to unfold the way they did, and I thought things were in a pretty good place there. I had an awesome relationship with every single person in that building, can't say enough good things about the people over there. (Irsay's comment) kind of came out of left field. He's entitled to his own opinion, and he's entitled to do what he wants with his football team.

Wentz put up some decent numbers with the Colts as he completed 62.4% of his passes for 3,563 yards with 27 touchdowns compared to seven picks. The team missed the playoffs and that's likely why their owner is pissed off, because Indy had a chance to make it in the final week against the 2-14 Jacksonville Jaguars and only put up 11 points and lost the game. 

The Colts then shipped Wentz to Washington for a first and third-round pick. The Commanders and Wentz will be in Indy to take on Irsay's Colts Week 8. No doubt that game is circled on his calendar.

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