On the ensuing kickoff the Eagles stripped the ball from Devin Hester, recovering the ball on the Chicago 39 and driving for a LeSean McCoy 1-yard rushing touchdown to quickly take a 14-0 lead.
Foles would connect with Brent Celek on 3rd and goal from the 10 yard line for the Eagles third touchdown of the quarter, to put the score at 21-0. It would be a quiet second quarter, as each team would record just a field goal to go to the half with the Eagles up 24-3, but Philadelphia was far from finished.
Foles completed 14 of 17 passes in the first half for 145 yards and two touchdowns, while McCoy would amass 64 yards on nine first half carries.
Not to be overlooked, the Eagles defense recorded three sacks in the first half, two by Trent Cole and one by Mychal Kendricks as they bounced back from a poor showing in Minnesota.
Having had their ability to put opponents away after taking big leads questioned this season, the Eagles emerged from the locker room ready to prove doubters wrong, as they stepped on the gas.
The defense would record a safety early in the third, when Cedric Thornton caught Matt Forte in the Bears' end zone.
Philadelphia would follow that with a 67-yard drive culminating in a McCoy 1-yard rushing touchdown, his second of the evening.
The Bears would finally find the end zone as time expired in the third, completing the two-point conversion to cut Philadelphia's lead to 33-11, but the Eagles showed no signs of letting up, scoring three more touchdowns in the final quarter of play to win 54-11.
It was an explosive game for the Eagles, who put a disappointment against the Vikings last week in the rear view mirror.
Foles was efficient, completing 21 of 25 for 230 yards and two touchdowns, while McCoy saw his carries increase from eight a week ago to 18 this week, as he ran for 133 yards and two touchdowns.
McCoy would not be the only Eagles rusher to put up big numbers, as Bryce Brown finished the game with 115 yards and a touchdown on just nine carries.
A week removed from allowing 48 points to a dreadful Vikings squad, the Eagles defense looked like a completely different team, allowing just 11 points and a total of 257 yards to the Bears offense.
The Eagles defense had five sacks in the game, as Trent Cole recorded three and Mychal Kendricks two. Brandon Boykin would pick off Jay Cutler and take it 54 yards for the touchdown in the fourth quarter, as the Eagles defense dominated the Bears all night.
While a rout such as this one is always nice, there is still plenty of work to be done. The Eagles will visit Dallas Sunday at 8:30 p.m., with the division crown and a shot at the playoffs on the line.
By: Kyle Babcock
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