"I want to thank the Eagles fans - everyone who came to FedEx Field. I feel like a home game, how loud it is there, how green and black in the stadium," said the person - said running back Jalen Hurts. "It's very impressive and it's a sight to behold."
Without the red and yellow colors of the stadium's physical structure, it would have been difficult to tell which of the two was the home team for Sunday morning.
A large number of Eagles fans dressed in their Philadelphia uniforms with the captains logo stood, making their presence felt important.
The team "thank you" to its loyal fans, who traveled to the stadium more than 100 kilometers from home to show their support? Third win in a row.
This time against an NFC East opponent, led by former Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz, of course. But running back Jalen Hurts says it doesn't matter what colors his team wears.
He aims to lead his team to victory with a determined team. "It's good to come here, week 3, and get another win regardless of the opponent. It's a faceless opponent for me," he said.
The Eagles finished the game with 400 total yards - including 340 through the air from Hurts. He finished the game with 22 of 35 assists and three touchdowns.
His first half performance was one of the best by an Eagles quarterback in the past decade. He passed for 279 of those 340 yards and all three scores in just two minutes.