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Watch: Giants, Eagles combine for seven turnovers in sloppy MNF game

The Eagles and Giants played a sloppy game on Monday Night Football with team teams combining for seven turnovers.
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The Eagles and Giants played a sloppy game on Monday Night Football with the teams combining for seven turnovers. The Eagles went on to win 27–7.

New York quarterback Eli Manning threw two interceptions, while Philadelphia counterpart Sam Bradford threw three. Each team also lost a fumble (Jordan Matthews coughed it up for the Eagles and Rashad Jennings for the Giants).

The first turnover of the game was on a pass by Manning intended for Larry Donnell. Eagles linebacker DeMeco Ryans was able to rip the ball from Donnell’s arms.

Manning threw a pick six to Nolan Carroll two drives later.

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The Giants received the kickoff after the touchdown and Jennings fumbled on the fourth play of the series, though the Giants got the ball back three plays later on an interception by Jayron Hosley.


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​The Eagles’ first series of the second half ended on a Jordan Matthews fumble.

Bradford’s second interception came on what appeared to be a miscommunication with the receiver.


Giants rookie Landon Collins picked off Bradford on the next Eagles drive, earning his first career NFL interception.

Both teams are now 3–3 on the season, tied atop the NFC East.

- Dan Gartland