The New York Giants look to continue their two-game winning streak when they travel to Philadelphia to take on the Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday at 1 p.m. EST. Let’s take a look around the Internet to see what the experts are predicting for Big Blue’s Sunday afternoon matchup.
Eagles: Charles McDonald, Christian D’Andrea, Joe McAtee, Stephen White, Geoff Schwartz
Giants: Ryan Van Bibber, Adam Stites
Buccaneers: Seth Wickersham, Louis Riddick
Giants: Molly Qerim, Mike Clay, Mike Golic, Mina Kimes, Kevin Seifert, Trey Wingo, Matt Bowen, Dan Graziano,
Eagles 26, Giants 20
Can the Giants make it three in a row? No. As badly as Philly was trounced in New Orleans, this group should rebound at home against its longtime rival. Recall also that New York won its previous two games over the 49ers and Bucs, who are a combined 5-15. Philadelphia does have major work to do to win, however. First, the Eagles must develop consistency on the ground -- somehow -- to prevent Carson Wentz from pressing like he has the last two weeks. Mixing blitzes and coverages will be paramount, because Philadelphia’s secondary is not good enough to play straight zone and win right now. Eli Manning comes into the NFC East matchup having just balled out in Week 11, following a strong performance in Week 10. This could be another Giants-Eagles slugaroo.
Giants 30, Eagles 27
The Giants are actually alive in the bad NFC East after winning two straight. The Eagles are struggling on both sides of the ball. The Giants have been the better team as of late, and I think that shows up here. The Giants take it in an upset.
Eagles: Andrew Brandt, Mitch Goldich, Jonathan Jones, Bette Marston, Mark Mravic, Jenny Vrentas, Albert Breer
Giants 33, Eagles 16
Eagles 27, Giants 24