The New York Giants lead the Philadelphia Eagles 14-3 after the first half.
The New York Giants got the ball to start the game, and it looked as though they were in for rough sledding when the Eagles overpowered the Giants’ offensive line for a sack on the first play of the game. Then the Giants got their act together and drove the length of the field on their first two possessions, sprinting out to a 14-3 lead on the strength of touchdown runs by Daniel Jones and Wayne Gallman Jr. The Giants put up an impressive 111 yards on the ground in the first half.
The Eagles appeared to generate some offense at points throughout the first half, but repeatedly hamstrung themselves with penalties (7 in the first half) and poor play on both sides of the ball.
Use this as your open thread as the Eagles get the ball to start the second half.