Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants – Week 9

Oct 12, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back Darren Sproles (43) runs past New York Giants defensive end Damontre Moore (98) on a 15-yard touchdown during the third quarter at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Philadelphia Eagles take on the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on Sunday

The NFC East this season has become the toughest division in football. The play of young quarterbacks has led to the turnaround, but the division still has one of the longest tenured quarterback in Eli Manning for the New York Giants. Youth will collide against experience when quarterback Carson Wentz and the Philadelphia Eagles play their second straight inter-division contest against the New York Giants. The matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants is scheduled to start on Sunday, November 6, 2016, at 1 p.m. ET at MetLife Stadium.

The Philadelphia Eagles (4-3) are coming from a 29-23 OT loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 8. Carson Wentz completed 23 of 43 passes for 202 yards and a touchdown to lead the Eagles. Offensively, the Eagles are averaging 25.5 points and 317.7 total yards (208.3 in passing and 109.4 in rushing) per game. The Eagles are good on defense and coordinator Jim Schwartz has done a great job. Defensively, the Eagles are yielding 16.7 points and 328.9 total yards (214.1 in passing and 114.7 in rushing) per game against the opposing teams.

The New York Giants (4-3) have a winning record and come off their bye with a two-game winning streak, but they’ve been less than dominating so far this season. The Giants are dead last in the NFL in running the football and the loss of running back Rashad Jennings for a few games have made it even worse. Offensively, the Giants are averaging 19.0 points and 345.3 total yards (275.0 in passing and 70.3 yards) per game.  The Giants are ranked 17th in total defense and 10th in scoring defense, both are vast improvements over last season. Defensively, the New York Giants are yielding 20.1 points and 361.0 total yards (267.4 in passing and 93.6 in rushing) per game against the opposing teams. If New York can’t run the ball, they’ll find it difficult to penetrate the Philadelphia Eagles defense. Manning will have problems moving the football consistently, so we give the win to the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Philadelphia Eagles at New England Patriots, Week 13

Philadelphia Eagles at New England Patriots

Eagles Face Rough Test Against 10-1 New England Patriots

The New England Patriots were beaten for the first time this season last week by the Broncos in Denver. The Patriots will start the week with a four-game lead on the New York Jets and are well on their way to clinching the division soon. The last time the Eagles won against the Patriots was 1999, and their last win at New England was back in 1987. The game between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots is scheduled for Sunday, December 6, 2015, at 4:25 p.m. ET at Gillette Stadium. The matchup will be televised on FOX.

The Patriots lost one of their most valuable players with tight end Rob Gronkowski down for the count for at least a week or two with a knee injury. Scott Chandler is the newest man who is going to be asked to step in for the Gronk. Wide receiver and kickoff returner Danny Amendola could be back from his knee injury. We are going to see if Tom Brady can continue to do his magic with just the practice squad guys around him. The New England defense is the big reason the Patriots made it to 10-0. Not having linebacker Jamie Collins in the line up last week hurt the Patriots defense. The Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler was able to stand in the pocket and throw the ball down the field from behind, something the Eagles quarterback Bradford won’t likely be able to do.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford is coming back from his shoulder injury, and not a moment too soon for the Eagles. The Eagles has had a rough time lately, with tight end Zach Ertz and running backs, Ryan Mathews and Josh Huff out with injuries. Also, Bradford has had a tough time this year against teams with winning records. He was picked off twice against the Falcons and once against Carolina, and he averaged just 4.5 yards per pass attempt against Carolina. Bradford might have generated a win against the Jets, but he threw for just 118 yards, completed 50 percent of his passes and averaged 4.2 yards per pass attempt.

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New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles, Week 6

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning throws an incomplete pass on a fourth down play as he is pressured by Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Trent Cole (58) and defensive end Darren Howard during the fourth quarter of an NFL football game Sunday, Dec. 7, 2008 at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The Eagles beat the Giants 20-14. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)   Original Filename: Eagles_Giants_Football_ERU106.jpg

Philadelphia Eagles a tough read against New York Giants on MNF

The Philadelphia Eagles have a 2-3 start to their season and are trying to get to .500. The New York Giants have a 3-2 start to their season and are looking for their fourth straight win, after their 0-2 start. The matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants is scheduled for Monday, October 19, 2015, at 8:30 p.m. ET at Lincoln Financial Field. The game will be broadcasted on ESPN.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford has played much better the past two weeks against Washington and New Orleans than he had in the first three games of the season. On Monday night he will face  a Giants secondary that ranks last in the league in pass defense. Eagles running back DeMarco Murray has really started to perform lately.  Last week he had 120 total yards from scrimmage and a touchdown. Running backs DeMarco Murray and Darren Sproles  are the second and third leading receivers for the Eagles this season. So Bradford will throw to his backs. The Eagles will try to get their backs in mismatches against the Giants’ linebackers. The Eagles defense are having trouble getting off the field on third downs. Their opponents offense are converting 12 out of 23 on third down and five or more yards to go which is an astoundingly high number. Last week the defensive team gave up seven plays of at least 20 yards, five of which came on third and long situations.

The New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning is starting to play his best regular season football of his career. He has 10 touchdowns and just two interceptions through the first five games. Manning will have plenty of opportunities against the Eagles on the outside in the intermediate and deep areas of the field and will have to trust his outside receivers to make the plays. This will be a lot easier if both Odell Beckham Jr. and Rueben Randle can get healthy in time for the game.  We’re really not sure how healthy or not Odell Beckham Jr. is at this time. He isn’t on the injury list to start the week, but he was clearly hobbling around at the end of last week’s game against San Francisco and was merely used as a decoy more than anything else for the final drive. Wide receivers Rueben Randle and Victor Cruz are both still hurt, so if Beckham is limited, the Giants may have a real problem on their hands without the running game to balance the attack.

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