By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On Sunday afternoon, the Philadelphia Eagles face the New York Giants. Both teams come into this game with a 4-3 record.
The Giants are looking to improve to 3-1 at MetLife Stadium this year. The Eagles are 1-3 on the road — and they haven’t won on the road since Week 2 at the Chicago Bears.
The Eagles have won the past four games in this rivalry. The Giants haven’t won a game in this series since Oct. 27, 2013 when they won 15-7.
The Eagles have outscored the Giants 123-63 in the Giants in their four-game win streak. Ben McAdoo, the Giants head coach, has lost every meeting since being hired by the team in 2014.
The Eagles lost their last game to the Dallas Cowboys. Their last win came against former teammate Sam Bradford and the Minnesota Vikings when they won 21-10 on Oct. 23.
The Giants have won their past two games. They defeated the Baltimore Ravens and the Los Angeles Rams in London, England.
They haven’t lost since Oct. 9 to the Green Bay Packers when they lost 23-16.
The Eagles are scoring 25.6 points per game, while the Giants are averaging 19 per contest. The Giants are averaging 353.7 yards per game and the Eagles have 327.4.
The Eagles are giving up 348.4 yards per game. The Giants are giving up 370.1 yards per game.
Carson Wentz leads the Eagles with 1,526 yards with nine touchdowns and three interceptions.
Ryan Mathews has 272 rushing yards and four touchdowns. Jordan Matthews has 419 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
Eli Manning leads the Giants with 1,984 yards with eight touchdowns and six interceptions.
Shane Vereen has a 147 rushing yards and a touchdown. Odell Beckham Jr. had 630 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
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