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[Game Preview] Week 3 - New York Giants (0-2) at Philadelphia Eagles (1-1)

Philadelphia Eagles (1-1) vs. New York Giants (0-2)
After opening the season with two road games, the Philadelphia Eagles look to go up 2-0 in the division as the New York Giants make the trip down 95 for the home opener at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles are coming off a tough loss to a good Chiefs team where they lost two safeties to hamstring injuries and for the second week in a row had issues running the football and protecting the QB. The Giants are coming off back to back losses where the offense, particularly the offensive line struggled. they will put up a fight to prevent dropping to 0-3 and 0-2 in the division. These two teams always play each other tough, so it should be a good game.
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Sunday, September 24th, 2017
Game Time Game Location
1:00 PM - Eastern Lincoln Financial Field
12:00 PM - Central 1020 Pattison Ave
11:00 AM - Mountain Philadelphia, PA 19148
10:00 AM - Pacific Wikipedia - Map
Weather Forecast
Stadium Type: Open Air
Surface: Grass
Temperature: 86°F
Feels Like: 87°F
Forecast: Clear. Clear throughout the day.
Chance of Precipitation: 2%
Cloud Coverage: 0%
Wind: NNE 5 MP6H
Betting Odds
Oddsshark Information
Favorite/Opening Line: Philadelphia by -6
OveUnder: 42
Record VS. Spread: Philadelphia 1-1, New York 0-2
Where to Watch on TV
FOX - will broadcast Sunday’s game to a regional audience. Joe Buck will handle the play-by-play duties and Troy Aikman will provide analysis. Erin Andrews will report from the sidelines.
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Radio Streams
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Listen to Merrill Reese and Mike Quick
Calling the game on 94WIP and the Eagles Radio Network will be Merrill Reese, the NFL’s longest-tenured play-by-play announcer (41st season). Joining Reese in the radio booth will be former Eagles All-Pro wide receiver Mike Quick, while Howard Eskin will report from the sidelines.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA WIP-FM 94.1 FM and 610 AM
Allentown, PA WCTO-FM 96.1 FM
Atlantic City/South Jersey WENJ-FM 97.3 FM
Levittown, PA WBCB-AM 1490 AM
Northumberland, PA WEGH-FM 107.3 FM
Pottsville, PA WPPA-AM 1360 AM
Reading, PA WEEU-AM 830 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, PA WEJL-FM 96.1 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WEJL-AM 630 AM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WBAX-AM 1240 AM
Williamsport, PA WBZD-FM 93.3 FM
Wilmington, DE WDEL-FM/AM 101.7 FM
York/LancasteHarrisburg, PA WSOX-FM 96.1 FM
Philadelphia Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Macu Berral and Gus Salazar will handle the broadcast in Spanish on Mega 105.7 FM in Philadelphia and the Eagles Spanish Radio Network.
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA LA MEGA 105.7 FM
Allentown, PA WSAN 1470 AM
Atlantic City, NJ WIBG 1020 AM; 101.3 FM
Giants Radio
Giants Radio Network Bob Papa (play-by-play), Carl Banks (analyst), Howard Cross (sidelines).
National Radio
Compass Media Networks will carry the game nationally with Chris Carrino (play-by-play) and Brian Baldinger (analyst) on the call.
Satellite Radio
Station Eagles Channel Giants Channel
Sirius Radio SIRI XX (Internet 825) XM 226 (Internet 815)
XM Radio XM 82 (Internet 825) XM XX (Internet 822)
Sirius XM Radio XM 82 (Internet 825) XM XX (Internet 822)
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NFC East Standings
Team Record PF PA H A Div Conf NC Strk Last 5
Eagles 1-1 50 44 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1L 1-1
Cowboys 1-1 36 45 1-0 0-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 1L 1-1
Redskins 1-1 44 50 0-1 1-0 0-1 1-1 0-0 1W 1-1
Giants 0-2 13 43 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-2 0-0 2L 0-2
Series Information
The New York Giants lead the Philadelphia Eagles (86-82-2)
Series History
Head to Head Box Scores
First Game Played
October 15th, 1933 at the Polo Grounds in Upper Manhattan, New York, NY. New York Giants 56 - Philadelphia Eagles 0
Points Leader
The New York Giants lead the Philadelphia Eagles ((3287-3208))
Coaches Record
Doug Pederson: 1-1 vs. the New York Giants
Ben McAdoo: 1-1 vs. the Eagles
Coaches Head to Head
Doug Pederson vs. Ben McAdoo Series tied: 1-1
Quarterback Record
Carson Wentz: Against Giants: 1-1
Eli Manning: Against Eagles: 10-16
Quarterbacks Head to Head
Carson Wentz vs Eli Manning: Series tied: 1-1
Records per Stadium
Record @ Lincoln Financial Field: Eagles lead the Giants: 9-6
Record @ MetLife Stadium: Eagles lead the Giants: 5-2
Rankings and Last Meeting Information
AP Pro 32 Ranking
Eagles No. 14 - Giants No. 25
Eagles: 1-1
Giants: 0-2
Last Meeting and Last Meeting at Site
Thursday, Dec 22, 2016
Eagles 24 - Giants 19
The Eagles played spoiler preventing the Giants from winning the NFCE as Malcolm Jenkins had the second two-interception game of his eight-year career, returning one for a touchdown.
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Last 10 Meetings
Date Winner Loser Score
09/30/2012 Eagles Giants 19-17
12/30/2012 Giants Eagles 42-7
10/06/2013 Eagles Giants 36-21
10/27/2013 Giants Eagles 15-7
10/12/2014 Eagles Giants 27-0
12/28/2014 Eagles Giants 34-26
10/19/2015 Eagles Giants 27-7
01/03/2016 Eagles Giants 35-30
11/06/2016 Giants Eagles 28-23
12/22/2016 Eagles Giants 24-19
Injury Reports Depth Charts
Eagles Eagles
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2017 Weekly Matchup
Week 3 - Iron Rank Matchup
Week 3 - "Expert" Picks
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2017 Team Stats
Eagles Season Stats
Giants Season Stats
2017 Stats (Starters/Leaders)
Wentz 51 85 60.0% 640 4 2 89.3
Manning 51 70 72.9% 459 1 2 83.0
Blount 14 46 23 3.3 0
Sproles 12 50 25 4.2 0
Perkins 14 26 13.0 1.9 0
Darkwa 6 31 15.5 5.2 0
Ertz 13 190 85 14.6 0
Vereen 12 78 39 6.5 0
Name Sacks Team Total
Graham 2.5 8.0
Pirre-Paul/Munson/Vernon/Wynn 1.0 4.0
Name Total Solo Assist Sacks
Mills 11 10 1 0
Goodson 18 14 4 0
Name Ints Team Total
Mills 1 1
NA 0 0
D. Jones 8 339 50 42.4 38.5 2 0 0
Wing 11 508 60 46.2 35.2 0 1 0
Elliot 2 3 66% 40 2/2
Rosas 2 2 100% 25 1/1
Kick Returns
Smallwood 2 55 27.5 28 0
Harris 2 63 21.0 23 0
Punt Returns
Sproles 1 10 10.0 10 0 4
Harris 3 10 3.3 10 0 6
League Rankings 2017
Offense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Giants Stat Giants Rank
Total Offense 381.0 5th 251.5 28th
Rush Offense 82.5 20th 48.5 32nd
Pass Offense 298.5 3rd 203.0 18th
Points Per Game 25 10th 6.5 30th
3rd-Down Offense 55% 2nd 33% T-24th
4th-Down Offense NA T-16th 33% T-12th
Red Zone Offense (TD%) 50% T-16th 33% T-23rd
Defense Rankings
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Giants Stat Giants Rank
Total Defense 304.0 13th 324.5 20th
Rush Defense 88.0 14th 133.5 28th
Pass Defense 216.0 16th 191.0 11th
Points Per Game 22 T-20th 21.5 T-17th
3rd-Down Defense 35.0 T-10th 50.0 T-26th
4th-Down Defense 0.0 T-1st 0.0 T-1st
Red Zone Defense (TD%) 40% T-12th 40% T-12th
Category Eagles Stat Eagles Rank Giants Stat Giants Rank
Turnover Diff. 0 T-15th -1 T-21st
Penalty Per Game 6 T-10th 6.5 T-15th
Penalty Yards Per Game 53.0 10th 52.5 11th
Notable Moments
December 19, 2010 - Miracle at the New Meadowlands - Video - December 19, 2010. The Eagles and Giants faced off in a crucial divisional game that would pretty much crown the division winner in week 15 of the 2010 season. With just under eight minutes to play in the fourth quarter, the Giants went up 21 points with an Eli Manning Touchdown to TE Kevin Boss in what should have put the game out of reach. The Eagles scored quickly on their next possession as Mike Vick hit Brent Celek on a 65 yard TD catch. On the ensuing kickoff, the Eagles caught the Giants off-guard with an onside kick which they recovered. A couple Vick runs and the Eagles were within a touchdown with over 5 minutes left the play. The Eagles defense came up with a big stop before Vick ran down the field multiple times on broken plays before hitting Maclin in the end zone on a TD pass. The Eagles defense was able to stand strong again forcing a Giants punt with 14 second to play. I will pass it off to Mr. Reese again. “14 seconds to go. 31-31 Matt Dodge to punt. It's a high snap. Gets it away, it's a knuckler. Desean Jackson takes it at 35. Drops it! Picks it up. Looks for running room, he’s at the 40. He’s at the 45. Ohhh 40! Ohhh! He's gonna go. Desean Jackson, I don't care if he jumps, dives. He's running around. He is in the end zone and there's no time. The Eagles Win! The Eagles Win! He ran around til all the zeros were on the clock and the Giants plan can’t believe it. And the Eagles have just pulled off the most remarkable win I have ever seen.” The Eagles went on to win the division before losing to the eventual Super Bowl Champion Green Bay Packers in the playoffs.
November 19, 1978 - Miracle in the Meadowlands - Video The Eagles were 6-5 heading into the game. The Giants were 5-6. Both teams desperately needed a victory to stay alive in the postseason race. The Giants took a commanding 14-0 lead and led 17-12 with just 31 seconds to play on a 3rd and 2. The previous play Eagles linebacker Bill Bergey had charged into center Jim Clack, knocking him backwards into quarterback Joe Pisarcik. The because of this the Giants didn't want to risk kneeling the ball again and causing injury to their quarterback. Offensive coordinator Bob Gibson instead called for a running play, much to the displeasure of running back Larry Csonka, who begged Pisarcik to not give him the ball. As Pisarcik called the snap, he was distracted and bobbled the ball before it bounced off Csonka's hip and hit the ground. Eagles’ defensive coordinator Marion Campbell had called an all-out 11-man blitz on the play which put cornerback Herman Edwards was in position to scoop up the football on one bounce and dash 26 yards for the game-winning touchdown. And the play vaulted the Eagles into the postseason for the first time in 18 years, while the Giants finished last in the division.
October 10th 2003 Miracle at the Meadowlands II - Video - Eagles QB Donovan McNabb was having one of the worst games of his professional career. He completed nine of 23 passes for 64 yards and an interception. To be fair he was suffering from a broken right thumb for the first few weeks of the 2003 season. The Eagles were 2-3 and saw their season slipping away and while 2-4 wouldn’t eliminate them from the playoffs it would put them in a big hole. With 1:30 to play, the Eagles trailed by 10-7 with the Giants setting up to punt. Rookie running back and return man Brian Westbrook fielded the punt on one bounce. I'll let Merrill Reese tell the rest of the story. "He gets it away, it's a wobbler. Bounces across the 20. Westbrook takes it, looks for running room. Up to the 25, the 30, to the 35, 40. 45, midfield. 45, 40. 35, 30. Brian Westbrook! He's going, he's gone! Touchdown! Brian Westbrook 84 yards! I don't believe it! Brian Westbrook has just exploded. This place is in a state of shock!" The Eagles won the game 14-10 and improved to 3-3 for the season. They won eight more games in a row, ending the season with home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs. Their season ended with a loss to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC title game. Westbrook's punt return helped save the season for the Eagles in 2003.
November 20, 1960 - The Hit - The Eagles were playing the defending Eastern Conference champion Giants. Entering the game at Giants Stadium, the Eagles were 6-1, the Giants 5-1-1. The winner would have the inside track to the championship game. The Eagles were leading 17-10, but the Giants were driving to tie the score. Charlie Connerly threw a short pass to halfback Frank Gifford, who hauled it in and turned to run upfield. But just as he turned, Chuck Bednarik leveled him with what has been called "The Hit." The Eagles recovered the fumble, won the important game and went on to win the NFC Championship.
January 11, 2009- Closing down the MeadowlandsVideo - The Eagles had managed to slip into the playoffs with a wild-card spot. They had won the wild-card game and now had to play the defending Super Bowl Champion Giants divisional round. It was bitter cold for the game and the Eagles' defense dominated throughout. The Giants only managed three field goals and a safety. The Eagles won 23-11. As the Giants fans left early to escape the bitter cold, we Eagle fans hung around and kept singing Fly Eagles Fly until they got hoarse.
November 20,1988. - Video The teams were competing for the NFC East title. In a tightly contested contest at Giants Stadium, Randall Cunningham brought the Eagles back to tie the game at 17-17 and send it into overtime. The Eagles drove down the field in overtime and were lining up to kick the winning field goal. But Luis Zendejas' kick was blocked. He picked up the ball and lateraled it to lineman Clyde Simmons, who ran it in for the winning score. While the teams finished with the same record, since the Eagles swept the two games with the Giants, they won the NFC East.
Recap from Last Week’s Games.
Eagles - Video - Carson Wentz was 25-46 for 333 yards and two touchdowns and an INT in the 27-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Eagles OL struggled all day to open up holes for the running backs and to protect the Wentz. The Eagles defense held the high powered Chiefs offense in check most the day despite losing both Rodney McLeod and Jaylen Watkins to hamstring injuries. A late INT on a tipped pass put the Chiefs in excellent field position late in the game allowing them to go ahead by two scores. The Eagles were able to add a late TD and were in position for a late Hail Mary to tie the game, but the pass was batted down in the endzone and the Chiefs held on for the win.
Giants - Video - For the second week in a row Eli Manning and the Giants offensive line struggled causing the Giants offense to sputter. Odell Beckham Jr. was activated for this first game since injuring his ankle in the preseason, but it looked like he was still nursing the injury as he was brought back into the fold slowly only catching 4 passes for 36 yards. On defense the Giants front seven look stout on the night, but Eli Apple had troubles with Lions WR Marvin Jones and the Giants feel to 0-2 and the bottom of the NFCE with a 24-10 loss.
Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo spent eight seasons on the Eagles’ coaching staff as a defensive assistant/quality control coach (1999-2000), DBs coach (2001-03) and LBs coach (2004-06)
Eagles QBs coach John DeFilippo served as the Giants’ offensive quality control coach from 2005-06
Giants LBs coach Bill McGovern served as the Eagles’ OLBs coach from 2013-15
Giants CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie played for the Eagles from 2011-12
Giants P Brad Wing was originally signed by the Eagles as a rookie free agent in 2013
Giants CB Eli Apple (Philadelphia) and G Justin Pugh (Holland) are Philadelphia area natives
Eagles OL coach Jeff Stoutland (New York, NY) and S Malcolm Jenkins (Piscataway, NJ) are from the New York/New Jersey region
2016 Pro Bowlers
Eagles Giants
OT Jason Peters (Starter) WR Odell Beckham (Starter)
DT Fletcher Cox (Starter) CB Janoris Jenkins(Starter)
DE Brandon Graham (1st Alt) SS Landon Collins (Starter)
FS Rodney McLeod (1st Alt) ST Dwayne Harris (Starter)
PR Darren Sproles (1st Alt)
C Jason Kelce (2nd Alt)
ST Chris Maragos (2nd Alt)
Referee: Jerome Boger
Philadelphia, which split the season series in 2016, has won 14 of its last 18 games (.778) vs. New York (including playoffs), as well as 5 of its last 6 (.833) overall
Since 2009, the Eagles have gone 6-2 (.750) at home vs. the Giants, including 3 straight victories (outscoring New York, 78-26, during that stretch)
Philadelphia has produced 20+ points in six consecutive contests dating back to Week 14 in 2016, which is the 3rd longest active streak in the NFL, trailing only Pittsburgh (ten), Atlanta (eight).
The Eagles rank 2nd in the NFL in third-down conversions (55.2%), trailing only Denver (56.7%). Philadelphia has converted at least 50.0% of its third-down attempts in back to-back games for the first time since 12/13/15-12/20/15
The Eagles lead the NFL in lowest percentage of three and-out drives (8.7%) (2 in 23 offensive series)
Since 1950, only four Eagles QBs have thrown for 300+ yards and 2+ TDs in each of the first two games of the season: Wentz (2017), Donovan McNabb (2006), Randall Cunningham (1994) and Ron Jaworski (1982)
Ertz has recorded 90+ receiving yards in three straight games (dating back to Week 17 in 2016), which is the longest active streak in the NFL. The last Eagle to produce 90+ receiving yards in three-or-more consecutive games was Terrell Owens (five games) in 2004
Philadelphia ranks 5th in the NFL in total yards per game (381.0), trailing only New England (463.0), Kansas City (440.5), New Orleans (386.5) and Oakland (384.5)
Philadelphia ranks 2nd in the NFL in yardage differential per game (77.0), trailing only Denver (92.0)
Draft Picks
Eagles Giants
DE Derek Barnett TE Evan Engram
CB Sidney Jones DT Dalvin Tomlinson
CB Rasul Douglas Qb Davis Webb
WR Mack Hollins RB Wayne Gallman Jr.
RB Donnel Pumphrey DE Avery Moss
WR Shelton Gibson OT Adam Bisnowaty
LB Nathan Gerry
DT Elijah Qualls
Notable Off-season Additions
Eagles Giants
WR Torrey Smith WR Brandon Marshall
WR Alshon Jeffery G DJ Fluker
DE Chris Long TE Rhett Ellison
DT Timmy Jernigan QB Geno Smith
RB LaGarrett Blount
CB Patrick Robinson
G Chance Warmack
QB Nick Foles
Notable Off-season Departures
Eagles Giants
CB Nolan Carroll DT Johnathan Hankins
DE Connor Barwin OT/OG Marshall Newhouse
DT Bernie Logan CB Coty Sensabaugh
QB Chase Daniel PK Robbie Gould
CB Leodis McKelvin OT Will Beatty
WR Dorial Green-Beckham
DE Marcus Smith
RB Ryan Mathews
QB Carson Wentz (4,422 - 15th) can make a move up to 14th place on the Eagles' All-Time Passing Yards list with 57 more passing yards.
TE Brent Celek (4,859) needs 121 more yards to reach 5000 career receiving yards.
TE Brent Celek (4,859) needs 14 more receptions to reach 400 career receptions.
RB Darren Sproles (19,144 - 8th) is 8th on the NFL's All-Time All-Purpose Yards list. He can move into 7th place with 37 more yards. Passing Steve Smith Sr. who retired last season
RB LeGarrette Blount (49) needs 1 rushing TD for 50 career rushing TDs.
DE Brandon Graham (31.5 - T-13th) can move up to 12th with .5 more sacks moving past a tie with Connor Barwin, Mike Mamula and Jaqua Parker. Graham can also move up to a tie for 11th all-time with 1 sacks and 10th all-time with 1.5 sacks.
DE Fletcher Cox (30.5 - 17th) needs 1.5 Sacks move into a tie for 13th all time on the Eagles sack list with Brandon Graham, Connor Barwin, Mike Mamula and Jaqua Parker. 2 sacks more sacks would give him the most sacks all-time by an interior linemen passing Cory Simon.
S Malcolm Jenkins's (4) needs 1 more Interception for a TD to tie CB Eric Allen (5) for most Interceptions for a TD by an Eagles player. Jenkins is the only Eagles player to have a pick 6 in 3 straight seasons
LB Mychal Kendricks needs 7 more tackles to reach 300 career tackles.
QB Eli Manning (48673) needs 327 more yards for 49000 career passing yards.
LB Odell Beckham Jr. (4158) needs 71 yards to move up to 14th on the all-time Giants receiving list passing Jeremy Shockey and with 96 yards he will move up to 13th on the list passing Aaron Thomas.
Pro Football Focus WR vs. CB Matchup Charts Courtesy of PFF Edge

WDB Matchups (CAPS means expected shadow coverage)

Eagles WRs vs. Giants DBs
Tm WCB Pos H Wt Sp Rt L% S% R% T/R F/R C% YPRYPRC Gr
PHI ALSHON JEFFERY LWR 75 218 4.48 94 47 14 39 21 0.33 54 1.78 76.9
NYG JANORIS JENKINS RCB 70 190 4.41 45 33 7 60 16 0.18 44 0.83 85.8
PHI Nelson Agholor Slot 72 198 4.42 69 10 81 9 19 0.32 61 1.49 41.9
NYG Eli Apple Slot 73 201 4.4 69 81 0 19 17 0.3 61 1.35 60.5
PHI Torrey Smith RWR 72 205 4.41 83 34 22 45 19 0.32 61 1.49 43.1
NYG Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie LCB 74 203 4.29 55 0 96 4 18 0.25 57 1.23 89.1
Giants WRs vs. Eagles DBs
Tm WCB Pos H Wt Sp Rt L% S% R% T/R F/R C% YPRYPRC Gr
NYG Odell Beckham Jr. RWR 71 198 4.38 27 37% 15% 48% 27 0.49 60% 2.23 64.9
PHI Jalen Mills LCB 72 191 4.61 78 40% 3% 58% 23 0.36 63% 2.04 36.1
NYG Brandon Marshall LWR 77 232 4.52 75 67% 4% 29% 22 0.25 45% 1.27 71
PHI Rasul Douglas RCB 74 209 4.59 24 0% 8% 92% 17 0.26 59% 1.21 64.5
NYG Sterling Shepard Slot 70 201 4.48 84 6% 86% 8% 17 0.28 64% 1.09 72.2
PHI Patrick Robinson Slot 71 191 4.46 60 37% 63% 0% 17 0.28 56% 1.2 50.2
Numbers That Matter
Ereck Flowers has struggled to protect the QB this season. His pass block efficiency is of 92.9 means he allows 1 pressure every 15 offensive snaps. He will be tested early and often again an Eagles front seven that put up 4 sacks in each of their first two games (8 total and tied for 4th in the NFL)against much more talented offensive lines. If Flowers doesn't step up his game it could be a long day for Eli Manning.
Player Snaps Ampts Pass Bl Sacks Hits Hurries Press PBE
Ereck Flowers 78 78 100 4 1 1 6 92.9
The Giants safeties have only giving up 4 receptions through 4 games, which looks great until you notice that they were only targeted a combined 5 times and one of the receptions was a TD. The Giants will tested early and often as Carson Wentz's favorite target this season has been TE Zach Ertz who has 13 receptions for 190 yards including 10 receptions +10 yards.
Player Team Snaps TGTs REC yards YAC TD INT TPCS YPCS RPCM
Darian Thompson NYG 70 2 2 20 0 1 0 35 0.29 35
Landon Collins NYG 66 3 2 14 16 0 0 22 0.21 33
The Eagles have struggled to run the football the first two weeks of the season and it won't get any easier against the Giants who boast two of the best run stopping interior linemen. Dalvin Tomlinson is ranked 6th and Damon Harrison is ranked 19th in run stopping with the two combining for 9 run stops.
Player Team Snaps Tkles Ass. Missed Stops Stop%
Dalvin Tomlinson NYG 41 5 1 0 5 12.2
Damon Harrison NYG 48 5 3 1 4 8.3
Matchups to Watch
Eagles Secondary vs. Giants Receivers
I wanted to mention the obvious matchup between the Eagles defensive front vs the Giants offensive "line" but that really isn't necessary given their incompetence up front. Side note, there should be emphasis on offensive when talking about the Giants line; it is an insult to quality play. Anyway, we can talk all day about that obvious match up but it would eventually turn into erotic fan fiction. The Eagles will pressure Eli and hit him all day. It's really unavoidable. What we need to watch is the Eagles banged up secondary vs the Giants receivers. The Giants have an obvious stud in OBJ, whose entrance music "Diva" by Beyonce is well-known. The Giants also have versatile slot receiver Sterling Shepard (a 2016 draft favorite of mine), Brandon Marshall, and glorified TE Evan Engram. The Giants offense is off to a horrific start this season after having a poor season last year despite OBJ being healthy, but that doesn't make this unit any less explosive. There is big play ability in spades with this group and it is up to the Eagles secondary to keep it in check. The Eagles have a fantastic Safety pairing that likely won't be available with McLeod's hamstring injury, potentially leaving the Eagle vulnerable in the back end considering his back up (Corey Graham) has been nursing a hamstring injury as well. Additionally, the Eagles are down to their 3rd CB early in the season, rookie Rasul Douglas. Douglas played very well against a tough Chiefs offense last week, especially considering it was his first NFL action. The challenge this week isn't any easier despite the sack-friendly Giants offensive line. If Eli can find a rhythm, the Giants have the weapons to make plays. The Eagles secondary has performed better than last year to date but is still young and raw while sustaining early injuries (Watkins and Darby). The secondary must play disciplined football to allow the defensive front to have a party in the backfield.
Giants defensive front vs. the Eagles offensive line
The Eagles offensive line hasn't gotten off to a great start, especially considering the lofty expectations for the group. Two weeks into the season the Eagles will likely bench their new LG Isaac Seumalo for Chance Warmack, former first round pick of the Titans in 2013. Seumalo "Ereck Flowers'd" his way to the bench after getting absolutely worked against the Chiefs last week allowing at least 3 sacks (or 4 depending on who you ask) while looking lost in the run game. It has been a very disappointing start for the second year player out of Oregon State University, especially considering the Eagles traded former starter Allen Barbre away earlier in the summer. Seumalo played well last year, especially in the passing game, which gave the coaches confidence when projecting his future growth. He is still a very young player so hope shouldn't be lost, but the Eagles really had to do something about the LG position before it was too late. Enter Chance Warmack, who is a bit of a disappointment in his own right. Warmack had 48 starts in his time with the Titans and was largely inconsistent, especially in the passing game, and live up to the expectations of a high first round pick. This summer, Warmack showed he is still the mauling blocker in the run game while looking at least serviceable as a pass blocker. At the very least, Warmack should show more in the run game, but his overall body of work should keep Eagles fans cautious about his potential. The talent is there, it always has been, but sometimes having the talent isn't enough. Hopefully the reunion of with his college offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland can unlock that talent that made him a first round pick. The Giants have an excellent defensive line that has given the league fits in its last 18 games. There is a reason why the Giants haven't been completely blown out, and that is because their defense has allowed less than 19 points per game on average their last 18 games. For the Giants, it starts up front, with versatile edge rushers Olivier Vernon and Jason Pierre-Paul. Both rushers are great in their own right but together they form a dynamic duo that allows Steve Spagnuolu to be very creative with his defensive packages. Additionally, Damon Harrison is one of the premier interior defenders in football. While not a sack machine, Snacks feasts on stuffing interior rushing lanes while providing valuable push up the middle. Rookie Dalvin Tomlinson out of Alabama has provided a nice compliment to Snacks, eating up blockers and crashing rushing lanes; he isn't a slouch in his own right. The Giants also have rangy linebackers who make a lot of plays in the run game. The Eagles offensive line has been decent in pass protection but horrible in run blocking. For a unit that needs to gel and execute more consistently, this is a very difficult match up to take on.
Zach Ertz vs. the Giants defense
While the Giants have a great defense, one area where they continue to struggle mightily is covering tight ends. The Giants get a good amount of production out of their line-backing group but they have consistently struggled against pass catching TEs. Enter Zach Ertz, who will always be ripped for inability to break tackles despite his production. In his last 11 games, dating back to last season, Ertz has averaged 6.9 receptions and 77.7 yards per game. Since the beginning of last season, Ertz is second only to Travis Kelce in receptions among tight ends, and has been one of the league leaders in receptions across the league the last 11 games regardless of position. The Giants have a dynamic secondary. Even if they don't have Janoris Jenkins available for this matchup, it is still a good unit. Zach Ertz has been feasting with Wentz and that trend could continue with an improved Eagles passing attack.
Andy Reid Light vs. Creepy Ice Cream Truck Driver
In my opinion, Doug Pederson and Ben McAdoo will be oddly intertwined with each other throughout their tenures as head coaches for their respective teams. After all, many reports suggested Doug Pederson wasn't even the Eagles second option in their coaching search post-Chip Kelly. The Eagles had the hots for Adam Gase, but Miami wouldn't let him leave after his visit. Then the Eagles were reportedly looking to bring McAdoo back into the building for a second interview before the Giants swooped back in and hired him as head coach. This doesn't make Doug Pederson a flawed coach; for all we know Pederson could end up being a great choice. But given they ended up in the same division, both will be compared to each other for some time. With that said, the game plans from these two coaches will be interesting given their match ups. Much has been said about Pederson and the run game, but looking back at the Chiefs game, the lack of running wasn't the reason for the loss. Sure, there has to be a better balance between the run and pass, but the scheme and play designs did a hell of a job against a tough defense - the team had too many self-inflicted wounds. The Eagles offense has another tough match up this week vs Steve Spagnuolo and the Giants defense. Spags has talent at all 3 levels to run a lot of different packages from similar looks. How the Eagles attack the Giants defense will go a long way to winning this game. Similarly, McAdoo's offense hasn't done much to get the ground game going, personnel notwithstanding. Even with the weapons the Giants have at receiver, they were still an incredibly mediocre offense last season that often won in spite of itself. Schwartz has the Eagles defense firing on all cylinders with a deep stable of pass rushers that can wreck any game plan. Can McAdoo adjust or even find a way to adjust his sputter offense to get a win? Eli is getting older and many question if he still has the ability elevate the team on his back, can he do it one more season? Many of the same weaknesses that have plague the Giants offense the last few years have either remained or gotten worse. Can the Giants coaches find ways to rectify those issues or will they throw their hat in the Darnold lottery? It's very tough spot for a team trying to avoid the long odds of a 0-3 start.
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[Game Preview] Week 13 - Philadelphia Eagles (4-7) at New England Patriots (10-1)

Philadelphia Eagles (4-7) at New England Patriots (10-1)
The Eagles kick off the month of December as they travel to Foxborough, MA, to square off against the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon. Sunday’s game marks the 13th meeting, including playoffs, between the two teams and the first regular-season matchup since November 27, 2011. Last week, the Eagles fell at the hands of the Detroit Lions, 45-14, on Thanksgiving Day
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Game Time Game Location
4:25 PM - Eastern Gillette Stadium
3:25 PM - Central 1 Patriot Pl
2:25 PM - Mountain Foxborough, MA 02035
1:25 PM - Pacific Wikipedia - Map
Weather Forecast
Stadium Type: Open Air
Outside Temperature: 55°F
Feels Like: 52°F
Forecast: Mostly Sunny
Humidity: 58%
Chance of Precipitation: 5%
Cloud Coverage: 11%
Wind: S 10 MPH
Betting Odds
Oddsshark Information
Favorite/Opening Line: Patriots at -13
OveUnder: 47.5
Record vs. Spread: Patriots 5-4-2, Eagles 4-7-0
Where to Watch on TV
FOX - Thom Brennaman, Charles Davis, and Tony Siragusa
TV Map - Week 13 TV Coverage Map
Internet Streams
FOX Sports Go - Provider Participation Required
NFL Streams - Look here 30 minutes before the game for Streams
Listen to Merrill Reese and Mike Quick
Location Station Frequency
Philadelphia, PA WIP-FM 94.1 FM and 610 AM
Allentown, PA WCTO-FM 96.1 FM
Levittown, PA WBCB-AM 1490 AM
Wilmington, DE WDEL-AM 1150 AM
Reading, PA WEEU-AM 830 AM
Sunbury, PA WEGH-FM 107.3 FM
Pottsville, PA WPPA-AM 1360 AM
Williamsport, PA WBZD-FM 93.3 FM
Harrisburg/York/Lancaster, PA WSOX-FM 96.1 FM
Salisbury/Ocean City, MD WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Wilkes-Barre / Scranton, PA WEZX-FM 106.9 and 107.3
Atlantic City, NJ WENJ-AM 97.3 FM/1450 AM
Milford, DE WAFL-FM 97.7 FM
Spanish Radio
Rickie Ricardo, Gus Salazar and Macu Berral will handle the broadcast in Spanish on El Zol (1340 AM) in Philadelphia.
National Radio
This week's game will be broadcast to a national audience on ESPN Radio. Bill Rosinski and Mark Dominik will call the game. Michelle Steele will work the sidelines.
Satellite Radio
Station Eagles Channel Patriots Channel
Sirius Radio SIRI 81 (Internet 823) SIRI 82 (Internet 818)
XM Radio XM 229 (Internet 823) XM 228 (Internet 818)
Sirius XM Radio SXM 229 (Internet 823) SXM 228 (Internet 818)
NFC East Standings
Team W L Pct PF PA Net Pts TD Home Road Div Pct Conf Pct Non-Conf Streak Last 5
Redskins 5 6 .455 241 267 -26 26 5-1 0-5 2-1 .667 5-3 .625 0-3 1W 3-2
Giants 5 6 .455 287 273 14 31 3-2 2-4 2-3 .400 4-5 .444 1-1 2L 2-3
Eagles 4 7 .364 243 274 -31 28 2-3 2-4 2-2 .500 3-6 .333 1-1 3L 1-4
Cowboys 3 8 .273 204 261 -57 20 1-5 2-3 2-2 .500 2-7 .222 1-1 1L 1-4
Series Information
Series Leader
Eagles and Patriots are tied: 6-6
Head to Head Box Scores
Points Leader
Eagles lead the Patriots: 269-265
Coaches Record
Chip Kelly: 0-0 against Patriots
Bill Belichick: 5-1 against Eagles
Coaches Head to Head
Chip Kelly/Bill Belichick: First Meeting
Quarterback Record
Sam Bradford: Against Patriots: 0-1
Tom Brady: Against Eagles: 4-0
Quarterbacks Head to Head
Sam Bradford/Tom Brady: Brady leads 1-0
Records per Stadium
Record @ Lincoln Financial Field: Patriots Lead 2-0
Record @ Gillette Stadium: Patriots Lead 0-1
Rankings and Last Meeting Information
AP Pro 32 Ranking
Eagles No. 22 - Patriots No. 2
Last Week
Eagles: L 45-14 vs. Lions
Patriots: L 30-24 vs. Broncos
Last Meeting
Nov 27, 2011 - Patriots beat the Eagles 38-20
Last Meeting Details
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Last 10 Meetings
Date Winner Loser Score
11/27/2011 Patriots Eagles 38-20
11/25/2007 Patriots Eagles 31-28
02/06/2005 Patriots Eagles 24-21 (Super Bowl)
09/14/2003 Patriots Eagles 31-10
12/19/1999 Eagles Patriots 24-9
11/04/1990 Eagles Patriots 48-20
11/29/1987 Eagles Patriots 34-31 OT
12/09/1984 Eagles Patriots 27-17
09/13/1981 Eagles Patriots 27-17
10/08/1978 Patriots Eagles 24-14
Injury Reports Depth Charts
Eagles Eagles
Patriots Patriots
2015 Weekly Matchup
Week 13 - Iron Rank Matchup
2015 Stats (Starters/Leaders)
Eagles Season Stats
Patriots Season Stats
Bradford 214 335 63.9% 2297 11 10 82.4
Brady 294 451 65.2% 3600 28 4 106.7
Murray 155 545 3.5 4
Blount 142 596 4.2 6
Matthews 58 625 10.8 3
Gronkowski 57 931 16.3 9
Name Sacks Team Total
Cox 5.5 26.0
Jones 10.5 35.0
Name Total Solo Assist Sacks
Jenkins 72 60 12 0.0
Chung 58 34 24 0.0
Name Ints Team Total
Thurmond 3 12
Ryan 4 10
Jones 59 2781 60 47.1 41.7 21 5 15 2
Allen 46 2064 67 44.9 41.1 23 2 9 0
Sturgis 17 13 76.5% 53 18/20
Gostkowski 25 24 96.0% 57 39/39
Kick Returns
Huff 8 209 26.1 40 0
Amendola 8 172 21.5 29 0
Punt Returns
Sproles 25 272 10.9 89 1 15
Amendola 18 239 13.3 82 0 7
League Rankings
Offense Rankings
Team Overall Passing Rushing
Eagles 12 16 12
Patriots 2 1 29
Defense Rankings
Team Overall Passing Rushing
Eagles 25 16 28
Patriots 16 19 11
Eagles Connections
WR Jonathan Krause was signed to the Patriots practice squad in October 2014 and spent the entirety of the 2015 offseason with New England before being released on September 19, 2015
LB Deontae Skinner was an undrafted free agent signee of the Patriots in 2014 and appeared in seven games with one start during his rookie year in New England.
DB Coach Cory Undlin began his NFL coaching career as a defensive assistant with the Patriots in 2004. In his one year with the Patriots, he helped the team capture a victory in Super Bowl XXXIX.
Philadelphia Eagles Chairman and CEO Jeffrey Lurie hails from Boston. Prior to entering the NFL, Lurie served as an adjunct assistant professor at Boston University. He also earned a B.A. from Clark University (Worcester, MA), a master’s degree from Boston University and a Ph.D. from Brandeis University (Waltham, MA)
Eagles Head Coach Chip Kelly grew up in Dover, New Hampshire and coached for 14 years at the University of New Hampshire.
DL Coach/Assistant Head Coach Jerry Azzinaro spent the first 20 seasons of his coaching career at various stops in the state of Massachusetts, including American International, Westfield, Western New England University, UMass and Boston College.
ST Coach Dave Fipp spent two seasons (1998 safeties, 1999 secondary/special teams coordinator) coaching at Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass.
OLB Coach Bill McGovern also has deep Massachusetts ties. After playing collegiately at Holy Cross, McGovern held coaching stints at his alma mater, UMass and Boston College, where he spent the previous 13 seasons prior to joining the Eagles.
WR coach Bob Bicknell played three years as a tight end at Boston College and spent the first five years of his coaching career at Boston University.
Assistant DL Coach Mike Dawson played three seasons at UMass-Amherst and held coaching stints at UMass-Lowell and Boston College.
QB Coach Ryan Day played at the University of New Hampshire under Chip Kelly and began his coaching career as the tight ends coach at his alma mater. Day held three separate stints as a coach at Boston College as an offensive graduate assistant (2003-04), wide receivers coach (2007-11) and offensive coordinatoquarterbacks coach (2013-14).
Patriots Connections
WR Danny Amendola spent the 2009 offseason with the Eagles and was a member of the team’s practice squad for three weeks at the beginning of the 2009 season
S Patrick Chung spent the 2013 season with the Eagles, playing in 12 games (10 starts) and recording 56 tackles and seven passes defensed.
ST Coach Joe Judge was born in Philadelphia and played football at Landsdale (PA) Catholic High School.
Assistant to the Coaching Staff Michael Lombardi spent two seasons in the Eagles personnel department from 1997-98.
ST assistant Ray Ventrone appeared in 35 games at Villanova where he earned first-team All-Atlantic 10 honors and was named to the Atlantic 10 All-Academic Team his junior year. Ventrone finished his Wildcat career with 251 tackles, two sacks, five forced fumbles, four fumble recoveries and 11 passes defensed.
DL coach Brendan Daly coached the defensive line at Villanova in 2005.
Injured Reserve WR Brandon Gibson was originally a sixth-round selection of the Eagles in 2009 and spent a season with the team before being traded to the Rams in exchange for S Will Witherspoon.
Injured Reserve RB Dion Lewis was a fifth-round pick of the Eagles in 2011 and appeared in 24 games during his two years with the team.
Four members of the Patriots attended Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ: LB Jonathan Freeny, DB Duron Harmon, DB Devin McCourty and CB Logan Ryan.
The series between the two teams began in 1973, as the Eagles defeated the Patriots, 24-23, at Veterans Stadium on the back of a game-winning Tom Dempsey field goal
The Eagles and Patriots have met 12 times, including playoffs, with the series knotted at 6-6
In New England, the Eagles are 1-4 all-time against the Patriots
New England won the only regular-season meeting between the two teams at Gillette Stadium, defeating the Eagles 31-28 on November 25, 2007
On February 6, 2005, Philadelphia and New England squared off in Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, FL. This was the Eagles second appearance in the Super Bowl (1980 vs. Oakland)
The Eagles and Patriots have met only twice in the month of December, with the Birds winning both contests
While the teams have played just 12 times in the regular season, the teams have played 22 times in the preseason (most recently in 2014), with the Patriots holding a 12-10 lead in those games. The only team that New England has faced more in the preseason is the New York Giants and Washington Redskins with 25 meetings a piece.
Philadelphia is one of eight NFL teams that QB Tom Brady has an undefeated regular season record against as a starting quarterback.
The Eagles will be wearing white jerseys and white pants for the game against the Patriots.
On Thanksgiving, QB Matthew Stafford threw five touchdown passes, including three to WR Calvin Johnson, in Detroit's 45-14 win over Philadelphia. That's after QB Jameis Winston threw five TD passes against the Eagles on Sunday. The Eagles are the sixth team in NFL history to allow five or more TD passes in consecutive games; the only other team to do that in the last 48 seasons was the Bears, against the Patriots and Packers last November.
The Eagles have allowed as many five TD-pass games in their last two games as they did in their last 666 games before Sunday, dating back to 1972.
The Eagles Defense have forced 15 fumbles this season, which is tied for the NFL lead. Additionally, DE Fletcher Cox, S Malcolm Jenkins and LB Brandon Graham (each with three forced fumbles) are the only trio of teammates to have notched three forced fumbles this season
Since the start of the 2013 season, the Eagles Defense (80) have forced the second-most turnovers in the league, trailing only the Carolina Panthers (84)
The Eagles are one of only three teams in the league to feature two tight ends with at least 250 yards receiving (Denver and San Diego). TE Brent Celek has totaled 20 catches for 294 yards, while TE Zach Ertz ranks second on the team in receiving yards (394) and third in receptions (38).
TE Brent Celek (364 career receptions) needs eight catches to pass TE/FB Keith Byars (371) for fifth place and 10 receptions to pass TE Pete Pihos (373) for fourth in Eagles history. With 36 more receiving yards, Celek (4,609) will move into the top 10 in Eagles history in receiving yards, passing WR Fred Barnett (4,634).
Over the last three games, TE Brent Celek has recorded 13 catches for 223 yards and a TD. His 223 yards are the third most by a tight end over the span, trailing only Titans TE Delanie Walker (252) and Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski (238).
P Donnie Jones is on pace to set the franchise’s single-season record in net average (39.9) and is currently second in single season gross punting average (45.6)
With two special teams tackles against the Lions in Week 12, TE Trey Burton (15) surpassed the 2014 team high of 14 set by S Chris Maragos. Burton’s 15 tackles are the most by an Eagle in the regular season since S Colt Anderson notched 16 in 2013.
QB Sam Bradford has won four of last five starts against AFC. Bradford missed past two games with a concussion and injury to the AC joint in his left shoulder.
Prior to Sunday, the only times in team history that the Patriots lost after blowing a lead of 14 or more points in the fourth quarter both occurred in the 2009 season. New England blew a 17-point lead at Indianapolis in Week 10 (after failing to convert a fourth-and-two in their own half of the field just before the two minute warning) and a 14-point lead at Houston in Week 17. The only team prior to the Patriots this year to suffer their first loss of the season in overtime after opening the season with at least 10 straight wins is the Dolphins, who opened the 1984 season with 11 consecutive wins before an overtime loss in San Diego.
QB Tom Brady tied Dan Marino on the career passing touchdowns list after throwing three TDs against the Broncos on Sunday night. Brady now has 420 passing touchdowns in his career, tied with Marino for third-most among all quarterbacks behind Peyton Manning (539) and Brett Favre (508). When Marino retired after the 1999 season, he had 78 more TD passes than anyone else in NFL history. Fran Tarkenton (342) and John Elway (300) rounded out the top three at that time; those two now rank sixth and seventh respectively.
QB Tom Brady has five straight games with a completion of at least 40 yards. His longest such streak is eight games, in 2007.
The Patriots could clinch the AFC East if they win and Jets lose; New England would clinch playoff berth if they win and the Steelers or the Chiefs lose
If the Patriots clinch the AFC East it will be their seventh straight title. It would tie the 1973-79 Rams for longest divisional win streak in NFL history.
If the Patriots win they will be 4-0 against the NFC East this season. They went 4-0 against the division in 2007 before losing to Giants in Super Bowl.
The Patriots rarely lose back-to-back games. Since the beginning of the 2003, season, the Patriots are 38-4 (.905) in regular-season games following a loss, including 11 straight wins following a defeat since 2012. The Patriots have dropped back-to-back regular season games just four times since 2003 (2006, 2009, 2011 and 2012). As a starter in his career, Tom Brady is 40-8 in games following a loss.
RB LeGarrette Blount needs 146 rushing yards to reach 4,000 career rushing yards. He is currently 20th on the Patriots all time rushing list.
Head Coach Bill Belichick is one win shy of his 13th 11-win season, which would tie Don Shula for most in NFL history. Belichick has 11 seasons with at least 11 wins with New England and one such season with Cleveland.
TE Rob Gronkowski (5310) is only 162 yards away from moving into 5th place on the Patriots all time receiving list. Currently, TE Ben Coates (5471) holds that spot. Additionally, Gronkowski (63) needs 5 more receiving TDs to take first place from WR Stanley Morgan (67).
DE Rob Ninkovich (41.0) needs 3 more sacks to oust DE Brent Williams (43.5) from the 5th spot on the Patriots all time sack list.
Matchups to Watch
The Eagles Pass Defense (Eric Rowe) vs. Patriots QB Tom Brady
Over the past two weeks the Eagles have made Jameis Winston and Matthew Stafford look like Brady. Maybe they can make Brady look like Stafford or Winston. The Eagles have allowed 10 touchdown passes, five each by Stafford and Winston, the last two games. Now, they get Brady and the No. 1 passing offense in the league. Brady leads the league in passing efficiency with a 106.7 rating; has thrown for 3,600 yards and has 28 touchdown passes to four interceptions.
Eagles LT Jason Peters vs. Patriots DE Chandler Jones
Peters has been nagged by injuries all season from his back to his quad, to a knee and now an ankle. It's been a rough year for the perennial Pro Bowl player, who has to be seeing an end to a brilliant career creeping up in the rear-view mirror. This week won't be any easier for him going against Jones, one of the best pass rushers in the league. The former Syracuse star is third in the league in sacks with 10 1/2.
Eagles head coach Chip Kelly vs. Patriots head coach Bill Belichick
Kelly's closest friend in the league is probably Belichick and that might be mutual as well. When Kelly coached at Oregon, Belichick brought him in to pick his brain about tempo. And in Kelly's first two years with the Eagles the two teams spent a week of training camp training together (expect that to resume next year as well). So, what does all of that have to do this week? Well, if Kelly needs anything, it's a win over the best coach in the game to get his team back on the right track.
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