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Dec. 11, 2017 10:27 am

Energy-saving tips from the now-injured Carson Wentz :(

If only the Eagles QB had done the “Look and Dip” last night.
Carson Wentz now has more time to check on his nachos.

Carson Wentz now has more time to check on his nachos.

(Video courtesy of NRG)

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz hurt his knee — and hurt it bad — Sunday during a high-stakes game against the Los Angeles Rams, triggering a collective gasp from Philly fans across the country.

Though the Eagles squeezed out a win, the now injury-listed Wentz is facing a tricky outcome: ESPN reports that doctors suspect Wentz tore his ACL, an ailment that could put him out of circulation for the rest of the season.

How quickly things can change: just last week we got a pitch from power company NRG Energy (dually headquartered in Houston and Princeton, N.J.) with some energy-saving tips from the Philly QB.

As we await the results of the MRI Wentz is expected to get today, let’s have a look at the energy plays put forth by Wentz in a series of short vids:

The Look and Dip

The 4X4

The Heater Lock

Light it Up

Block that Air

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