After starting the season 0-6, the New York Football Giants have won two games in a row. New York’s defense once again did not allow a touchdown, as Michael Vick re-injured his hamstring, and rookie Matt Barkley could not rally his troops as the Giants defeated the Eagles 15-7 in Philadelphia. The win raised New York’s record to 2-6, while Philadelphia fell to 3-5 on the season.
Oh, the possibilities of what might have been had the Giants received similar efforts from the get-go. Instead, they head into the bye at 2-6, thinking about how they might scrape their way to .500.
Boomer and Craig reviewed Chip Kelly and the Eagles’ offensive ineptitude lately, which brought them to the only logical conclusion.
Victor Cruz appeared to be hurt when he was slammed to the ground after a catch. He later returned in the fourth quarter.
Eli Manning played error-free football as the New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles 15-7 Sunday.
The Eagles will attempt to snap a franchise-worst, nine-game losing streak at home when the Giants visit “The Linc” on Sunday.
The New York Football Giants seek to extend their winning streak to a modest two games as the team faces the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Giants fluid offensive line situation changed again this week, after starting center David Baas was placed on season ending injured reserve. The Eagles enter the contest relatively healthy, although last week’s starting quarterback, Nick Foles, is likely out with a concussion.
Seven games into a disappointing season, Giants defensive catalyst Jason Pierre-Paul is getting the feeling he’s back. Just not all the way back.
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The New York Football Giants hope that earning their first victory of the season on Monday night against the Minnesota Vikings will be a springboard to greater success in the second half of the 2013 NFL season. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Eagles found out on Sunday that they are not ready for prime time, as the Birds fell to the rival Cowboys 17-3. These two longtime rivals renew pleasantries in Philadelphia this Sunday.
Justin Tuck refuses to blame the New York Giants’ woe-and-five start on quarterback Eli Manning and the team’s struggling offense.
Even if the Giants QB straightens himself out by Thursday’s game in Chicago — another likely loss for 0-6 — it will be far too little, way too late. Like the cops at a crime scene say, “Go home, folks, nothing to see here.”
Giants were leading 21-19 in third quarter, but then gave up 17 straight points to drop to 0-5 on the season.
Wilson nearly was trapped in the end zone for a safety. His return is questionable.
Giants starting cornerbacker Corey Webster misses his third straight game with groin injury. He had been listed as doubtful.