Fly Eagles Fly. It’s electric.

One tremendous play came after another. The Philadelphia Eagles (10-1) dismantled the Chicago Bears (3-8) 31 to 3, at home Sunday afternoon. Entering the game, Philadelphia needed two wins in order to clinch the NFC East. They have run away with the division this season based on their tremendous play making ability, in all facets of the game. That number is now one.

Eagles quarterback, Carson Wentz, complimented his MVP caliber season in Sunday’s game. The second- year quarterback completed 64 percent of his passes for 227 yards and 3 touchdowns. The three touchdowns came from three different targets. A lot of talk has surrounded Wentz’s ability to spread the ball. Until Sunday, no Eagles receiver has topped 100 yards this season. Zach Ertz caught 10 receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown. Ertz leads the team in receptions.

The headlining story coming into the game was Alshon Jeffrey facing his former team. Jeffrey spent his first 5 seasons in Chicago, before signing with the Eagles this past offseason for a one-year deal. He was itching for this game and was heavily involved, including a catch in the back of the end zone for one Wentz’s touchdowns. Check out the Eagles celebration after Jeffrey’s touchdown.

Philadelphia’s offense has been the talk of the NFL this season. They rank 1st in points per game and have won their last 4 games by 23 points or more, during their 9-game winning streak. But this defense though. The best run defense in the league held the Bears to only 6 rushing yards and not a single first down in the first two quarters of play. In addition, the Eagles secondary intercepted Mitchell Trubisky twice. The Bear’s rookie quarterback was also sacked twice and finished with 147 yards passing.

The Eagles continue their display of dominance each and every week. It is all smiles in Philadelphia. With 3 of their last 5 games on the road, they look carry this swagger to the West Coast against Seattle (6-4) and the Los Angeles Rams (8-3). Both games will be a test against NFC playoff contenders. Eagles safety, Malcolm Jenkins, was asked about the testing of their next two opponents.

“For us, there’s nothing to measure,” responded Jenkins. “We are our measuring stick.”

With the best record in football, one cannot dispute his statement; not to mention, they can sync in a nice electric slide.