Still taking on a tough defense with a rookie QB making his first start isn't easy.
As far as us freaking out about taking a QB in rounds 2 or 3 it's a little bit different. Brady is in his late 30's, I think he's like 38 years old. Andrew Luck is in his mid 20's. I forget but I think he's 26.
If our franchise QB was 38 and at the end of his NFL career, I would call a QB in round 2 or 3 prudent. Cause you are looking for an eventual replacement for your starter, not just an ordinary backup. At 26 then I wouldn't want to spend more then a 4th rounder (And that's if someone falls) on a backup for Luck.
It's a good start for him, but this is a marathon not a sprint.
Lots of QB's have promising starts and then fail to do very well later on. Many of them look great their rookie years and then look terrible after that when DC's get plenty of film on them and figure them out.
Nick Foles and RG3 are some pretty recent examples.
So good start for Wentz, but lets not crown him an elite top 5 QB yet.
That, and getting hit in the pocket are Lucks 2 worst drawbacks. If he and the team fix/reduce those, Luck will have a tremendously incredible career. So he isn't happy even in a win if he doesn't meet his goals/standards.