Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles moved to 3-0 following a win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday afternoon.

Wentz completed 23 of 31 passes (74.2%) for 301 yards and 2 touchdowns. In three NFL games, he still has yet to turn the ball over.

The former North Dakota State Bison spread the ball around utilizing a total of seven receivers in the 34-3 rout of the in-state rival Steelers.

Wentz had received criticism from his coaches coming into the week for taking too many hits. Wentz was not sacked in the game and managed to avoid many big hits.

Wentz has continued to prove that he is accurate, poised and ready to succeed in the NFL. With that being said, Wentz still has yet to go up against the league's top defenses.

In terms of passing defense, the Steelers are ranked dead last in the NFL. The Browns are ranked No. 23 (and still have yet to win a game). The Bears however are ranked in the top 10 in passing defense. They're No. 8. Wentz's 190 completion yards against the Bears was the least amount of yards he threw for so far this season.

Wentz and the Eagles will travel to Detroit next week. The Lions are 1-2 this season and have the No. 17 ranked passing defense in the league. Wentz is destined to go 4-0.