Carson Wentz did what Carson Wentz does and added to his league leading touchdown pass total with four more as the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Denver Broncos, 51-23.

Wentz went 15 of 27 for 199 yards and 4 touchdown passes before not even playing in the fourth quarter as the Eagles routed the Broncos.

After the Broncos went ahead 3-0 on a field goal on their opening drive, the Eagles would quickly respond with their ensuing drive. Wentz rolled out and hit Alshon Jeffery on a fantastic touch pass in stride from 32 yards out for a touchdown to make it 7-3. The Eagles would never trail after that.

The Eagles would add a 45-yard field goal on their next possession before Brock Osweiler was picked off by Patrick Robinson and returned to the Denver 15 yard line. Two plays later, Wentz threw a screen pass to Corey Clement and he took it the rest of the way to make it 17-3.

In the second quarter, a long Broncos punt return put them in field goal range to make it 17-6 before Wentz took the Eagles to the Denver 27-yard line and then found tight end Trey Burton on a back shoulder throw to end zone to make it a 24-6 lead.

The Broncos would add another field goal before Jay Ajayi, just acquired earlier in the week from the Miami Dolphins, would spring free for a 46-yard touchdown run as he stretched across the goal line at the end to make it 31-9. That was the score as both teams entered the half.

The Eagles would get the ball to start the second half and a couple receptions from Jeffery put the Eagles in position to get close the end zone. Wentz would hit Nelson Agholor on a fourth down to keep get the Eagles to a first and goal. Clement would score on a run from two yards out to make it a 38-9 score as the rout was on.

After Rodney McLeod Jr. intercepted an Osweiler pass to bring it back 50 yards to the Denver 11-yard line, Wentz hit Jeffery again on a 4-yard touchdown score to make it 44-9 (the extra point was missed).

Nick Foles came in relief of Wentz as the game was well in-hand.

Jay Ajayi had 8 carries for 77 yards with the touchdown in his Eagles debut.

The Eagles (8-1) will be on a bye next week and play next in Dallas against the Cowboys on Sunday, November 19th.