By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Philadelphia Eagles picked up its second win of the season in heroic fashion. The Eagles defeated the New York Giants, 27-24, at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The Eagles improved to 2-1 on the season. The Giants fell to 0-3 with the loss.
Jake Elliott kicked the game-winning 61-yard field goal as the time expired for the 27-24 win. He also kicked a game-tying 46-yard field goal with 51 seconds left.
Aldrick Rosas gave the Giants a 24-21 lead with 3:08 left in the game. The Giants scored 24 points in the fourth quarter.
Odell Beckham caught two fourth quarter touchdown receptions. Sterling Shepard also caught a 77-yard touchdown reception.
Corey Clement had a 15-yard rushing touchdown. LeGarrette Blount also had a one-yard rushing touchdown. Zach Ertz also caught a three-yard touchdown reception from Carson Wentz.
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz went 21 of 31 for 176 passing yards. He also had one touchdown.
Wendell Small had 12 carries for 71 yards. Blount also had 12 carries for 67 yards. Clement had six carries for 22 yards, while Wentz also had six carries for 22 yards.
Alshon Jeffery had four receptions for 56 yards. Ertz had eight receptions for 55 yards and a touchdown. Torrey Smith had four receptions for 29 yards. Nelson Agholor had two receptions for 20 yards.
Eagles kicker Jake Elliott made two field goals.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning went 35 of 47 for 366 passing yards. He also had three touchdowns and two interceptions.
Orleans Darkwa had seven carries for 22 yards. Paul Perkins had nine carries for 22 yards.
Sterling Shepard had seven receptions for 133 yards, including a touchdown. Odell Beckham had nine receptions for 79 yards, including two touchdowns. Brandon Marshall had eight receptions for 66 yards. Evan Engram had five receptions for 45 yards.
Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas made a field goal.
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