• Tue. Jan 31st, 2023

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. Giants defeat Eagles 27-17 at MetLife Stadium in impressive fashion.

The Giants have won consecutive games for the first time this season and improved to 3-7, matching the win total of the NFC East-leading Eagles (who fell to 3-5-1). After their bye next week, the Giants will return to action on Nov. 29 in Cincinnati.


The Giants ended a four-year, eight-game losing streak to the Eagles that included a 22-21 defeat in Philadelphia on Oct. 22. They last defeated the Eagles on Nov. 6, 2016, by a 28-23 score.

With a 3-2 record in NFC East games, the Giants are over .500 in their division for the first time since they finished 4-2 in 2016. They will play their final division game at home against Dallas on Jan. 3.

The Giants have owned a double-digit lead in each of the last six games, their longest such streak in a single season since 1989, when they had a lead of 10 or more points in nine consecutive games.

Neither team committed a turnover, the first time that happened in a Giants game since their 41-35 overtime victory in Washington on Dec. 22, 2019. The Giants have won their last three games in which they had no offensive turnovers. They had lost their previous two games in which they had no takeaways.

Vernon McKenzie: PureSportsNY

Vernon McKenzie

Graduate of New Institute Of Technology with a BA in Communications with a focus on Television Radio. Owner and Executive Producer of PureSportsNY

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