Yeah. He still holds onto the ball too long in the pocket, though. If Pederson wants to help protect him, he could afford to commit to a running game once in a while. Some games that isn't the greatest option on the table, but they've got some good backs. I don't know how many touches Sproles got last night, but I can't recall many.
Wentz is always going be vulnerable to injury because of his nature to put the team on his back and carry them, even if it means diving head first into an oncoming tackle. At the very least they could hire someone to teach him how to slide. Once he learns how, it's not like they have to keep reteaching him.