New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles
The resurgent New York Giants travel to Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia looking for their fourth straight win Sunday night against the defending NFC East champion Eagles. The Giants (3-2) came back to beat the Atlanta Falcons 30-20 last week, while Philadelphia (4-1) held off a late rally to beat the St. Louis Rams 34-28.
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How to watch
Details for Sunday’s game are below:
Kickoff: 8:30 p.m. ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here
TV coverage: NBC
Week 5: Giants 30, Falcons 20
Rookie Odell Beckham scored his first NFL touchdown on a 15-yard reception with 10:02 remaining to put the Giants up for good over Atlanta. Eli Manning threw for 200 yards and two scores while posting his third straight game with a passer rating above 100. Linebacker Jacquian Williams had a career-high 14 tackles, including 10 solo stops.
Week 4: Giants 45, Redskins 14
Eli Manning threw for four touchdowns and ran for another, finishing with 300 yards passing. Tight end Larry Donnell caught three touchdown passes. The Giants forced six turnovers: four interceptions by four different players along with two fumble recoveries. Trumaine McBride recovered one of the fumbles and had an interception.
Week 3: Giants 30, Texans 17
Rashad Jennings had career-highs with 176 rushing yards and 34 carries. He also rushed for a touchdown. Eli Manning threw for 234 yards and two touchdowns and was interception-free for the first time in seven games dating back to last Nov. 24 against Dallas. Victor Cruz caught five passes for 107 yards and a touchdown.
Week 2: Cardinals 25, Giants 14
Arizona erased a 14-10 deficit in the fourth quarter without an offensive touchdown, getting a 71-yard punt return from Ted Ginn Jr. to take the lead with 10:10 remaining. The Giants committed four turnovers and forced no takeaways. Eli Manning threw for 277 yards and two scores, but also threw two picks.
Week 1: Lions 35, Giants 14
The Giants’ new-look offense turned the ball over twice and had possession just 23:56, finishing with 197 total yards. New York’s secondary had no answer for Calvin Johnson, who had seven catches for 164 yards and two touchdowns. Eli Manning threw for 163 yards and a touchdown along with two interceptions.
Week 5: Eagles 34, Rams 28
Philadelphia led 34-7 with 2:15 to go in the third quarter but had to hold off a final St. Louis drive to get the win. The Eagles scored on a 10-yard blocked punt return by Chris Maragos and a fumble recovery in the end zone by Cedric Thornton. Nick Foles threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns with an interception.
Week 4: 49ers 26, Eagles 21
Philadelphia blew a 21-10 lead after they were held scoreless in the second half. They Eagles committed four turnovers in the game. They had the ball for just 17:43 and were held to 22 yards rushing.
Week 3: Eagles 37, Redskins 34
Philadelphia took the lead for good on a 27-yard touchdown pass from Nick Foles to Jeremy Maclin with 7:34 remaining. Foles finished with 325 yards passing and three touchdowns. Chris Polk’s 102-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the Eagles’ first kickoff return touchdown since Quintin Demps returned one 100 yards against the Ravens in 2008.
Week 2: Eagles 30, Colts 27
Philadelphia erased a 17-0 halftime deficit and won the game on Cody Parkey’s 36-yard field goal as time expired. Nick Foles threw for 331 yards and a touchdown with one interception. Darren Sproles caught seven passes for 152 yards, ran for 26 yards and a touchdown on four carries, and had 25 yards on four punt returns.
Week 1: Eagles 34, Jaguars 17
Philadelphia trailed 17-0 at halftime before scoring 34 unanswered points. The Eagles took the lead with 6:59 remaining on a 68-yard pass from Nick Foles to Jeremy Maclin. Philadelphia had three offensive touchdowns of at least 25 yards: a 25-yard pass from Foles to Zach Ertz, a 49-yard run by Darren Sproles and the go-ahead connection between Foles and Maclin.