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Sunday, November 6, 2016 at MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ) Giants 28, Eagles 23The New York Giants were able to narrowly defeat the Philadelphia Eagles in this matchup. Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw four touchdowns, while the Giants defense had two interceptions. The Giants defeated the Eagles 28-23, winning their third game in a row.
Sunday, January 3, 2016 at MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ) Eagles 35, Giants 30While neither the Eagles, nor the Giants had any playoff hopes left alive by the time they met on the final night of the 2015 regular season, there was still plenty to play for. It would be Giants head coach Tom Coughlin's last game as a Giant, and possibly the last game for many of the Eagles players in Philly. Both the Giants and the Eagles displayed much sharper form than their first meeting of the year, with Sam Bradford and Eli Manning combining for 4 total touchdowns, to just 1 interceptions. But it was a fumble by Giants quarterback Eli Manning, that was scooped up and scored by the Eagles defense that would prove the difference in the game.
Monday, October 19, 2015 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Eagles 27, Giants 7The first Eagles vs Giants matchup of the 2015 season was an ugly event, marred by turnovers and penalties. Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw 2 interceptions, and managed only 189 yards through the air. On the other side of the ball, Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford through 3 interceptions and both teams lost 1 fumble a piece. Despite the 4 turnovers, Philadelphia was able pound the ball with Demarco Murray and Ryan Matthews, and were able to capitalize on a defensive touchdown, to blow out the Giants 27-7.
Sunday, December 28, 2014 at MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ) Eagles 34, Giants 26 The Eagles were fighting for a shot at keeping their playoff hopes alive but even with the win over New York Philly's season ended with the 34-26 win at MetLife Stadium. ODB continues to shine for the Giants, giving fans a hopeful outlook on the future as he capped off the night with 185 yards and a touchdown. With Foles' comeback on the horizon, the Eagles will be yet another contender in the coming years of NFC East play.
Sunday, October 12, 2014 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Eagles 27, Giants 0 After winning three straight the New York Giants posed no threat to the Chip Kelly system in Philadephia falling to the Eagles 27-0. McCoy was able to get back in rhythm capping the night off with 149 yards on 22 carries though he failed to get into the end zone. Nick Foles, despite throwing two interceptions, had another productive game with 248 yards and two touchdowns to Zach Ertz and James Casey. With the win the Eagles remained undefeated in the NFC East and 5-1 on the season.
Sunday, October 27, 2013 at Lincoln Financial Field (Philadelphia, PA) Giants 15, Eagles 7Don't write home about this one folks, because it was ugly. The Giants didn't score a single touchdown but still won the game behind Josh Brown's five field goals. New York led the entire game, going up 15-0 on Brown's final kick early in the fourth quarter. Najee Goode scored on a 2-yard fumble return late in the game, but it was too late for the Eagles to mount a comeback.
Sunday, October 6, 2013 at MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ) Eagles 36, Giants 21 Alex Henery put his boot on the Giants’ necks and kicked the Eagles to a win on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Henery kicked four field goals in the first half to give Philly a 19-7 lead going into the half, and after the Giants took the lead with back-to-back TDs in the second half, Henery struck again with a 41-yarded to take a lead they wouldn’t give back again – Nick Foles made sure of that. The Eagles improve to 2-3 while the Giants fall to 0-5.
Sunday, December 30, 2012 at MetLife Stadium (East Rutherford, NJ) Giants 42, Eagles 7 This was a beat-down in the first degree, with Eli Manning dropping 5 TDs on only 21 pass attempts, four of which came in the first half. Rueben Randle had two TD receptions, while Ahmad Bradshaw, David Wilson and Victor Cruz all caught one. The Giants were only penalized once for five yards and did not turn over the ball once. A win in the last game of the season puts the Giants at 9-7 and moves the Eagles down to 4-12.