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Giants vs. Eagles, Pro Football Focus grades

A look at who graded well and who didn't Sunday for the Giants in their victory over the Eagles.

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Let's take a look at the grades the New York Giants' received from Pro Football Focus for their work Sunday in a 15-7 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.



Victor Cruz +1.5
Brandon Myers +1.1


David Diehl -8.4
Kevin Boothe -3.4
Rueben Randle -1.6

Takeaways: Diehl's -8.4 score came mostly in run-blocking, where he was -8.3. Boothe was -2.8 in run-blocking, leading you to wonder how on earth Peyton Hillis managed to find a way to run for 70 yards on 20 carries. Want better news? Rookie right tackle Justin Pugh (+0.4 overall) allowed only one hurry



Prince Amukamara +3.7
Will Hill +3.4
Justin Tuck +3.1
Linval Joseph +3.0
Terrell Thomas +2.1
Antrel Rolle +1.7
Jacquian Williams +1.3


Mathias Kiwanuka -3.4
Jason Pierre-Paul -2.1
Cullen Jenkins -2.1
Jon Beason -1.9
Corey Webster -1.2

Takeaways: Amukamra's +3.7 was a quietly excellent game, hardly noticed because there weren't any memorable splash plays. The grades for Hill, Tuck, Joseph and Thomas re-affirmed what I thought when I wrote Monday's 'Kudos & Wet Willies' -- they were all terrific. On the flip side, Webster compiled his -1.2 grade in just 12 snaps. Webster gave up receptions all three times he was targeted. Eventually, Webster will get Trumaine McBride's snaps. It says here the Giants will end up regretting that. Kiwanuka's -3.4 and Pierre-Paul's -- even though JPP was +1.4 vs. the run -- make me appreciate Tuck's work even more.