NY Giants Team Grades: Eagles Crash Giants Playoff Party 24-19The New York Giants (10-5) needed a victory to clinch a playoff spot. But the Philadelphia Eagles (6-9) were not going to allow Big Blue to have the satisfaction of doing so at Lincoln Financial Field. The Giants struggled early and a late Eli Manning interception sealed their fate in a 24-19 loss to the Birds.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Giants Play For Seed; Eagles For PrideThe Giants can still win the NFC East title, but they'll have to get past an Eagles team looking to play the spoiler.
Eagles Standing In Way Of Giants' Clinching Playoff BerthA victory would secure New York's first playoff berth since 2011 and also keep pressure on NFC East-leading Dallas (12-2).
Opponent Profile: Struggling Eagles Give Giants Good Chance To Clinch Playoff BerthFor fans of the New York Football Giants (10-4), it would be entirely appropriate for the team to clinch a playoff berth against the Philadelphia Eagles (5-9). After all, the Birds have proven to be a nuisance to Big Blue over the years. And nothing would be sweeter than stamping a playoff ticket at the home of your fiercest rival.
Rodgers, Adams Hookup For A Pair Of Scores As Packers Beat Eagles 27-13Quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw two touchdown passes to wide receiver Davante Adams as the Green Bay Packers beat the Philadelphia Eagles 27-13 on Monday night at Lincoln Financial Field.
Silverman: NFC East Has Risen From The Ashes To Top Of The HeapAfter a tough stretch, the division that was once home to legendary coaches Tom Landry, Joe Gibbs and Bill Parcells has come back to the form that many fans of a certain age remember well.
Giants Team Grades: G-Men's Fast Start Dooms Eagles, 28-23The New York Giants (5-3) came out aggressively and intercepted Philadelphia Eagles (4-4) rookie Carson Wentz twice in the first five minutes of the game. The two picks set up two short-field touchdowns, as Big Blue outlasted the Birds 28-23 at MetLife Stadium.
Eli Manning Throws 4 TDs; Giants Beat Eagles 28-23Eli Manning threw for four touchdowns to lead the New York Giants to a 28-23 win over the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
Keidel: Can The Eagles, Giants Catch The Cowboys?When the NFC East-leading Cowboys stumble, will the Eagles or Giants be waiting? We'll know more after Sunday.
Rested Giants Ready For Eagles ChallengeThe New York Giants (4-3) get back to work after their bye week. The last time the G-Men played, Big Blue left London with a 17-10 victory over the Los Angeles Rams. This week, New York's challenge comes from their closest geographic rival in the NFC East division.
Silverman: Zimmer, Tomlin, Del Rio, Pederson Show They Have The Right StuffThey are not only having success; their strategies and demeanor are helping their teams get the most out of their abilities.
Wentz, Eagles Down Bears 29-14The Philadelphia Eagles scored touchdowns on three consecutive second-half possessions, two of them short runs by Ryan Matthews and two of them following Chicago turnovers, and beat the Bears, 29-14, Monday night.

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