The game was over. There was no way the Bears were going to come back and win.
There was also no way Nelson Agholor was going to stop running.
Early in the fourth quarter, on the tail end of his 30-yard run, Jay Ajayi fumbled the ball forward from the Bears' 5-yard line. The Bears could have recovered it for a touchback, but Agholor entered the picture late to fall on the ball. Touchdown.
"Great hustle by Nelson," Ajayi said, "keeping the play alive and making a bad play a good play."
One way to look at this play is that everything really is going the Eagles' way; they're even scoring on fumbles.
The other is this: the Eagles never stops hustling.
Before that play, the Eagles were already up 24-3 on a Bears team that simply couldn't move the ball offensively. A lot of players on a lot of teams would have watched Ajayi run from afar.
Not this team (see Roob's observations). Not Agholor.
"That's habit. We do it all week in practice," Agholor said. "We try to trail runners, we try to get in front of runners. Convoy when guys are running, chase the ball carrier. Our coaches gave us credit for that in film in weeks past. This is an opportunity where that same habit and that same coachable moment came into play for a touchdown. I'm happy that was the result but I also wish I would have gotten there earlier so he could get his touchdown because he deserved that."
Running back Corey Clement, who was on the sideline for the play, said he didn't see Agholor until the last second.
"That's just the type of team we are," Clement said. "We hustle and everybody tries to get into the end zone as much as we can."
In addition to that hustle touchdown from Agholor, he also had three catches for 32 yards, which included a 15-yard touchdown in the second quarter that showed off his play-making ability.
On that touchdown, Agholor took a quick pass from Carson Wentz. He then used his speed to sprint around the right edge past safety Eddie Jackson and then leaped into the end zone over Kyle Fuller.
"I had a lot of fun with the first one," Agholor said after the Eagles' 31-3 win (see breakdown).
Agholor was able to leap over Fuller because Fuller was already on his way to the turf thanks to some "great downfield blocking" from Alshon Jeffery.
On the season, Agholor has 33 catches for 458 yards and six touchdowns. He came into this year with three career touchdowns. He has also set a career-high for yards receiving a few weeks ago.
Agholor's transformation from a first-round bust into a viable offensive weapon is undoubtedly one of the biggest storylines for the 2017 Eagles. The team felt so strongly about his growth that they traded Jordan Matthews to the Bills before the season began — a bit of a gamble at the time.
But it's paid off.
From the moment Agholor got to OTAs this season, it was pretty clear something was different. He followed up his spring with a strong training camp and his success has flowed right into the regular season. His confidence, which wavered during his 2016 season, has been high all year.
Now, here we are, almost in December, and Agholor is an absolute playmaker.
"I'm so happy for him," tight end Zach Ertz said. "I think it's just a testament to hard work. He's one of the first guys in the building each and every day. He's on the JUGs each and every morning. He's worked his butt off to get to this point."
Agholor never stops working, even with a 21-point lead in the fourth. It got him an extra touchdown Sunday.