Here is a list of milestones and accomplishments the Eagles achieved in Sunday's 31-3 win over the Chicago Bears.
RECORDS & STREAKS
• Philadelphia owns the best record (10-1) in the NFL this season. The Eagles have started 10-1 for just the fourth time in franchise history (tied for their best start all-time through 11 games), having previously done so in 2004, 1980 and 1949.
• Philadelphia has won 12 of its last 13 games (dating back to Week 16 of 2016), which is the club's best stretch over any 13-game span since 9/20/04-12/19/04 (also 12-1).
• Philadelphia has won a franchise-record-tying 9 consecutive games for just the third time in team history, having previously done so in 2003 (10/19/03-12/15/03) and 1960 (9/30/60-12/4/60).
• Philadelphia has started the season 8-0 vs. NFC teams for the first time since 2004 (11 games).
• Philadelphia has won 8 consecutive games at Lincoln Financial Field (dating back to Week 16 of 2016), which is the club's longest home winning streak since 11/17/13-11/23/14 (10 games). The Eagles are now 12-2 at home under head coach Doug Pederson.
• Philadelphia leads the NFL with 351 points, which are the most through 11 games in franchise history.
• Philadelphia has won 3 straight games by 28 points for the first time in franchise history.
• Philadelphia has scored 30 points in 5 consecutive games (longest active streak in the NFL), which is tied for the 2nd-longest streak in franchise history (6 games, 10/23/49-11/27/49).
• Philadelphia is tied with New England for the most 20 point games (24) in the NFL since 2016. The Eagles are the only NFL team to score 20 points in every game this season.
• Philadelphia allowed only 140 total yards, which is their fewest allowed in a single game since 12/1/96 vs. N.Y. Giants (121 yards). The Eagles also held Chicago to just 6 rushing yards, which is their fewest rushing yards allowed in a single game since 1950.
• Philadelphia has held opponents to 9-or-fewer points in back-to-back games for the first time in a single season since 11/21/04-11/28/04 (also 2 games).
• Philadelphia has produced multiple sacks in 8 consecutive games, which is the club's longest streak since 2012 (8 games, 10/28/12-12/13/12).
• Philadelphia has recorded multiple INTs in 4 consecutive games, which is the club's longest streak since 2010 (4 games, 10/24/10-11/21/10).
The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Chicago Bears, 31-3, at Lincoln Financial Field. This win moves them to 10-1 on the season.
WENTZ THROWS FOR 3 TDs
• Carson Wentz's NFL-leading 28 passing TDs rank 5th in Eagles single-season history, trailing only Sonny Jurgensen in 1961 (32), Donovan McNabb in 2004 (31), Randall Cunningham in 1990 (30) and Norm Snead in 1967 (29).
• Wentz is just the third NFL QB (fifth instance overall) to throw 28 TDs and no more than 5 INTs through 11 games, joining Tom Brady in 2015 (28-4) and 2007 (39-4) and Aaron Rodgers in 2014 (30-3) and 2011 (33-4).
• Wentz now has 5 games with 3 passing TDs, which are tied for the 2nd-most such games in Eagles single-season history, trailing only Norm Snead in 1967 (6).
• Wentz has thrown multiple TDs in 7 consecutive games, joining Donovan McNabb in 2006 (9/10/06-10/22/06) as the only Eagles QBs to accomplish that feat in a single season.
• Zach Ertz led Philadelphia with season highs in receptions (10) and receiving yards (103) and became the Eagles' first 100 yard receiver this season.
• Ertz caught a 17-yard TD in the first quarter that gave the Eagles a 7-0 advantage. Ertz leads the Eagles with a career-high 7 receiving TDs this season, which are the most by an Eagles TE since Brent Celek in 2009 (8). Entering today's game, Ertz ranked 2nd among NFL TEs in receiving TDs, trailing only Jimmy Graham.
• Nelson Agholor caught a 15-yard TD in the second quarter that put the Eagles on top by a 14-0 score. Agholor also recovered the fumble on Jay Ajayi's 30-yard run and scored to make it a 31-3 game in the fourth quarter. Agholor is tied with Zach Ertz for the team lead in overall TDs (7 – 6 receiving, 1 fumble recovery) and has posted a career-high 6 receiving TDs this season.
• Alshon Jeffery recorded 5 receptions for 52 yards and 1 TD against his former team. Jeffery caught an 8-yard TD in the second quarter to give the Eagles a 24-0 lead. Jeffery has caught a TD in 4 consecutive games, which is the 2nd-longest streak of his NFL career (6 games, 11/16/14-12/21/14 with Chicago).
• Philadelphia has three different players with 6 receiving TDs (Ertz – 7, Jeffery – 7, Agholor – 6) through 11 games for the first time in franchise history. *Note that a previous version of this article stated Jeffery had six touchdowns. He caught his seventh on Sunday.
• Philadelphia finished the game with 176 rushing yards, including a game-high 97 yards on 15 carries by LeGarrette Blount. The Eagles have rushed for 175 yards in 3 consecutive games for the first time since 11/25/90-12/9/90 (also 3 games).
• Philadelphia has also rushed for 100 yards in 10 consecutive games (longest active streak in the NFL), which is the club's longest streak since 11/7/10-11/20/11 (franchise-record 19 games).
MORE FROM THE GAME
• Jake Elliott connected on a 45-yard FG in the second quarter to give the Eagles a 17-0 advantage. Elliott has now converted the 2nd-most 40 -yard FGs (15) in Eagles single-season history, trailing only David Akers in 2004 (17).