1. Carson Wentz
Wentz’s form in 2020 has been near the bottom of the league in most statistical categories and resulted in the Philadelphia Eagles dropping him to start Jalen Hurts in Week 13. Meanwhile, the former first overall pick quarterback still enjoys one of the most lucrative contracts in the NFL. After a good season in 2019, the team handed him his first post-rookie deal. This should have come with a warning label to all other NFL teams to be wary of doing the same.
The extension worth $128 million with a guaranteed $108 million that doesn’t expire until 2025. The Eagles are in a lose-lose situation because if they cut him it would result in a disgusting amount of dead money. We’re talking upwards of $68 million. But if they trade him, it’ll cost $33.8 million on the cap. As we said, it’s a no-win scenario unless he suddenly remembers how to play as a quarterback.