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Plenty of Blame to Go Around – Ten Takeaways from Giants 13, Eagles 7

I really struggled to write an intro for this column. Usually it comes very easily, but this game was such a putrid pile of municipal waste that it was impossible to know where to even begin. I just can’t believe they lost to fake tough guy Joe Judge, who fired Jason Garrett midweek and had Freddie fucking Kitchens calling the plays. You have got to be kidding me.
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Week 12 Eagles grades by position after disappointing loss to Giants

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — That was ugly. The Eagles had a golden opportunity to keep their momentum going the right way in a very winnable game against a division opponent but couldn’t do it. Instead, they lost to the Giants 13-7 at MetLife Stadium. Quarterback. Jalen Hurts: 14/31, 129 yards,...
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The Ringer

Mets to Sign Scherzer? Jets and Giants Win, Plus SNY’s Steve Gelbs

JJ opens with the late news that the Mets are reportedly leading the race to sign three-time Cy Young winner Max Scherzer (01:20). Next, he gets to whether the Giants’ win over the Eagles keeps them alive in the NFC playoff picture (09:14) and a nice Jets win despite the play of Zach Wilson (13:53). Then, SNY’s Steve Gelbs hops on to talk about why he thinks the Jets have the building blocks in place to turn this franchise around in the near future, plus the Mets’ big lineup improvement and who should should be the next manager (18:20). Next, JJ breaks down the rest of the Week 12 NFL slate (44:16), gives his takeaways from a big college football weekend (53:38), and reacts to a bunch of listener voicemails (58:33). He closes it out by previewing Knicks-Nets on Tuesday and gives some leans for Monday Night Football (76:12).
bleedinggreennation.com

Jalen Hurts struggles in Eagles’ ugly loss to Giants, 10 to 7

The Philadelphia Eagles are 5-7 after losing to the New York Giants on Sunday. The friggin’ New York Football Giants. Final score: 10 to 7. There’s no sugarcoating this one: this was a terrible loss. There was really no good reason for the Birds to blow this game. The Eagles...
ESPN

Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- — On a day the team retired the No. 92 jersey of Hall of Famer Michael Strahan, the New York Giants' defense appropriately make life miserable for the Philadelphia Eagles. The defense intercepted Jalen Hurts three times, forced four turnovers overall and held Philadelphia to a...

Giants defeat Eagles, 13-7: Instant analysis

The Philadelphia Eagles came into MetLife Stadium a hot team. They had won three of the last four and had averaged over 31 points per game over their last three. Jason Garrett’s dismissal was supposed to open up the offense. It didn’t happen. The Giants’ offense was still stuck in neutral with Freddie Kitchens calling the plays. They racked up only 264 yards of total offense.

New York Giants Week 12 Report Card: Yep, We'll Take It

On a day where the New York Giants honored Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan by retiring his No. 92 jersey, the defense delivered a strong enough performance to make up for yet another sputtering offensive showing. Let's dive into the grades. Rushing Offense: D. New offensive play-caller, same...
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New York Post

Giants’ offense continues to sputter under Freddie Kitchens

The Giants actually scored fewer points after an offensive coordinator change. But winning really does hide a lot of flaws. With Freddie Kitchens calling plays as the lead in an overemphasized collaborative coaching effort for the first time since the Giants fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, the results looked a lot like normal: Stalling out in field-goal range, emphasizing ball security and not throwing beyond 20 yards in 13-7 victory against the Eagles.
New York Post

Giants’ Saquon Barkley undeterred by slow progress: ‘Already know I can do it’

Saquon Barkley insists the Monstars did not take his football powers away. The first time Barkley touched the ball Sunday, he gained 1 yard on a reception. His second touch was a rushing attempt for a 1-yard gain. Next, a run for no yards. The Giants have a new offensive coordinator, but the same old problems with Barkley and their rushing attack were evident in the 13-7 victory over the Eagles at MeLife Stadium.
philadelphiaeagles.com

Eagles vs. Giants inactives

No surprises as running back Jordan Howard was ruled out on Friday with a knee injury. • CB Tay Gowan – Gowan was questionable with a quad injury. • RB Jordan Howard – With Howard out, rookie running back Kenneth Gainwell is active. • CB Mac McCain – The rookie...

Former Eagles Fan's Touchdown Helps Giants Top Philly

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Giants tight end Chris Myarick's first career catch won't soon be forgotten by the young man or his family. The 26-year old Myarick, born in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, and who played his high school (Cheltenham) and college (Temple), caught a 1-yard pass with 6:50 to go in the third quarter of New York's Week 12 home game against the Philadelphia Eagles, a reception that he just barely kept from hitting the ground.
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