The Eagles' defensive line got off to a solid start on the first drive of Sunday's game vs. the Bengals, stopping Joe Burrow and the Cincy offense on third down around midfield and forcing a punt.
Third-year defensive end Josh Sweat ended the drive with a clutch third-down sack on Burrow, driving around the left end and punishing the rookie quarterback.
Sweat had coaches excited before the season began, and he now has two sacks on the seasons to lead the team.
And the Florida State product is clearly feeling good, because he broke out a fantastic self-referential celebration after the play.
Keep your eyes near the bottom of the screen, because it's easy to miss:
Sweat wiping off the sweat? That's fantastic stuff.
The Birds desperately need Sweat to keep producing, because after three sacks in the first game against Washington, Jim Schwartz's defense failed to produce a sack against the Rams in Week 2. Sweat now has half of the Eagles' sacks so far this year.
The 23-year-old pass rusher has been one of the few bright spots in the first two-plus weeks for the Eagles, who were still tied with the Bengals, 0-0, midway through the first quarter.