If you've seen him play at all this year, it's no secret that Carson Wentz is having a phenomenal season, and at this point, is most certainly the front-runner for NFL MVP.

Many have said it throughout the league, and today on ESPN's 'First Take,' analyst Max Kellerman talked about not only how the Philadelphia Eagles are the best team in the NFL, but how 'Carson Wentz is the MVP of the league.'

This isn't the only analyst that's singing Wentz's praises. ESPN's Field Yates also gave his midseason pick for MVP.

With the Eagles in first place in the NFC East at 8-1, along with having the best record in the NFL, it's easy to see why NFL analysts are on the Wentz bandwagon. Did we mention he now leads the league with 23 touchdown passes? Let's also not forget that he's the first Eagles quarterback to have over 20 TD passes in the first nine games of the season since NFL Hall of Famer, Norm Van Brocklin in 1960.

Yep, it's pretty impressive.

The Eagles head into their bye week before Wentz will have a chance to add to his already impressive resume for his 2017 season on November 19th on Sunday Night Football against the rival Dallas Cowboys.