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Which Celebration Was Your Favorite From Sunday? Vote Here


The players had an absolute blast at Lincoln Financial Field Sunday afternoon and rightfully so. The Eagles ballooned past the Chicago Bears 31-3 in front of the fans – crushing them on both sides of the football. The outstanding effort brought out two of the best team celebrations of the entire season.

The offense got the party started first.

With five seconds to go in the second quarter, Carson Wentz hit Alshon Jeffery for an 8-yard touchdown to put the Eagles up 24-0 heading into halftime. To celebrate, Jeffery decided to show off his bowling prowess in the end zone. He held on to the football, had his teammates line up as bowling pins, and rolled one down the middle knocking all his teammates, including Wentz (the last bowling pin), over for a strike.

Monday morning hitting you after a holiday weekend.#FlyEaglesFly — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 27, 2017

Meanwhile, the defense saved their revelry for the game's final stages.

Just when it looked like the Bears were going to score again, safety Corey Graham picked off a pass with 1:56 remaining to maintain the 28-point margin of victory. In celebration of a historic day, the defense gathered together and simultaneously hit the Electric Slide on the field. Graham played the grooving cameraman, recording his teammates while stepping in synchronized motion before he tossed the ball high into the air.

Boogie woogie woogie!#FlyEaglesFly — Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) November 26, 2017

Who do you think had the better celebration? Was it the Bowling Strike or the Electric Slide? Make sure you cast your vote below. //

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