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Giants vs. Eagles 2020, Week 10: Game time, TV schedule and how to watch live online

Giants try for first victory over Eagles in nine games

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In game updates

Giants win, 27-17: Full recap here.

Two-score lead: A 44-yard field goal by Graham Gano, his 20th consecutive made field goal, pushed the Giants’ lead to 27-27 with 3:06 to play. A 40-yard pass from Daniel Jones to Darius Slayton set up the score.

Gano good from 35: Giants’ placekicker Graham Gano made a 35-yard field goal to put the Giants ahead, 24-17, with 7:49 to play. Now, can they hold the lead?

Eagles score again: The Eagles scored their second straight touchdown, with a 5-yard Corey Clement run capping an eight-play, 75-yard drive. The Eagles went for two and didn’t get it. The Giants lead is four points, 21-17, with 5:20 to play in the third quarter.

Quick response: After the Boston Scott touchdown, the Giants went 75 yards in six plays to stretch the lead back to 10, 21-11, on a 1-yard run by Wayne Gallman. Daniel Jones completed passes of 27 yards to Sterling Shepard and 38 yards to Golden Tate to set up the score with 9:5 left in the third quarter. Gallman has two rushing touchdowns thus far.

Boston Scott, again: The Eagles opened the second with a 66-yard touchdown run from Boston Scott to close within 14-11 after a two-point conversion. Scott caught the game-winning touchdown pass in the Eagles’ Week 7 victory over the Giants.

Giants lead 14-3 at the half: Daniel Jones as 13 of 17 for 112 yards and also had 46 yards rushing and a touchdown. The Giants already have 111 yards rushing. Giants dominated first half time of possession, 17:25 to 12:35. The Giants have 218 total yards to 135 for Philly.

Giants take 14-3 lead: A 2-yard touchdown dive on fourth and 1 by Wayne Gallman gave the Giants a 14-3 lead on the first play of the second quarter. The Giants went 75 yards in 13 plays, taking 6:30.

Eagles on the board: The Eagles responded to the Giants’ opening score with a 12-play, 53-yard drive for a 40-yard Jake Elliott field goal. The Giants lead, 7-3, with 6:31 left in the first quarter.

Darius Slayton injured

Slayton was injured on a 22-yard reception on the Giants’ opening possession.

Giants take 7-0 lead: Daniel Jones took a zone read around the left side for a 34-yard touchdown to give the Giants the lead with 11:11 to play in the first quarter. The Giants went 85 yards in 8 plays, chewing up 3:49.

Pre-game updates

Giants inactives

WR Dante Pettis

ILB T.J. Brunson

OL Kyle Murphy

OT Jackson Barton

DE R.J. McIntosh

Eagles inactives

QB Nate Sudfeld

WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside

RB Jason Huntley

CB Craig James

OT Brett Toth

WR Quez Watkins


1,470. That’s how many days it has been since the New York Giants defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in an NFL game. The Giants, losers of eight straight to the Eagles, get a chance to end that streak Sunday at MetLife Stadium (1 p.m. ET/FOX).

The Giants (2-7) are 3.5-point underdogs to the 3-4-1 Eagles, who lead the NFC East. With a victory, the Giants would head to their bye week with as many victories as any team in the division.

“Throw the record away, it’s irrelevant. It’s going to be a big game for us no matter who we play, especially with Philadelphia coming in. The record is completely irrelevant this game,” said Giants coach Joe Judge. “But I don’t care what the record is on any year. The fact that we’re playing Philadelphia is a division game, it’s obviously a big game for us.”

Here is everything you need to know.

How to watch, listen, wager

What: Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

When: Sunday, Nov. 15

Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.

Game time: 1 p.m. EST

TV: FOX

Announcers: Kevin Kugler, Chris Spielman, Laura Okmin (field reporter)

Radio: SIRIUS: 106 (Phi), 136 (NYG) | XM: 385 (Phi), 230 (NYG) | National: Sports USA

Giants Radio Network: WFAN 660 AM/101.9 FM | Announcers: Bob Papa, Carl Banks,

Pre-game: Lance Medow, Howard Cross, Jeff Feagles, Paul Dottino, John Schmeelk

Post-game: Lance Medow, Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Jeff Feagles

Stations on Giants Radio Network:

Albany, NY- WPYX 106.5FM | Hartford, CT-WPOP 1410AM | Hartford, CT-WPOP 100.9FM | Hartford, CT-WCUS 97.9FM | Danbury, CT-WLAD 880AM | Syracuse, NY-WTLA 1200AM | Syracuse, NY-WTLA 97.7FM | Corning, NY – WENI 1450 AM | Elmira, NY – WENY1230 AM | Corning, NY – WGMM 98.7 FM | Plattsburgh, NY – WIRY 1340 AM | Rome, NY – WRNY 1350 AM | Utica,NY – WTLB 1310 AM | Utica,NY – WTLB 96.5 FM | Oswego, NY – WSGO 1440AM | Oswego, NY – WSGO 100.1 FM | Binghamton, NY – WENE 1430 AM | Cortland, NY –WIII-FM 99.9 | Ithaca, NY - WIII-FM 100.3 | Burlington, VT – WJKS 104.3 FM | Easton, PA- WEEX 1230 AM | Easton, PA - WTKZ 1320 AM | Finger Lakes (Canandaigua and Rochester), NY – WOKR 1310 AM | Finger Lakes (Canandaigua and Rochester), NY – WOKR 95.5 FM

Odds: Giants +3.5

Online Stream: NFL Live on Yahoo Sports | NFL App

Weather: 54 degrees, mostly cloudy, 15 mph winds

Referee: Clay Martin


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