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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 10/6/2013Line$ LineOU LineScore
PHILADELPHIA
 
NY GIANTS
-1.5  

+1.5  
-125

+105

54
 
36
Final
21

PHILADELPHIA (1 - 3) at NY GIANTS (0 - 4)
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Week 5 Sunday, 10/6/2013 1:00 PM
Board OpenLatest
427PHILADELPHIA54.553.5
428NY GIANTS-2.5-2
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games1-3-4.11-33-124.713.7458.7(7.2)1.734.514.2447.0(6.2)1.2
Road Games1-1+0.51-12-026.519.5446.5(6.4)1.039.514.0427.0(6.2)1.5
Last 3 Games0-3-5.60-32-122.09.7464.0(7.7)1.737.016.7468.7(6.4)0.7
Division Games1-0+1.51-01-033.026.0443.0(6)2.027.07.0382.0(5.7)3.0
PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)24.713.722.524:5833-194(5.9)17-3155.3%264(8.6)64-459(7.2)(18.5)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.612.520.929:5425-113(4.6)24-3961.6%280(7.2)63-392(6.2)(18.1)
Offense Road Games26.519.523.529:3842-214(5.1)16-2857.1%232(8.3)70-446(6.4)(16.8)
Defense (All Games)34.514.228.035:0230-122(4.1)29-4270.2%325(7.7)72-447(6.2)(13)
Opponents Offensive Avg.3013.422.931:0627-113(4.2)26-3967.7%292(7.6)66-404(6.2)(13.5)
Defense Road Games39.514.030.030:2125-107(4.2)30-4369.8%319(7.4)68-427(6.2)(10.8)
PHILADELPHIA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)0.51.21.7-0.513-644.2%0-050.0%3-82(23.4)1-9(8.7)8-62
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.90.81.61.414-534.1%1-043.7%3-66(24.5)14-2(9.1)7-55
Stats For (Road Games)0.01.01.00.515-748.4%0-0100.0%1-31(21)0-10(21)8-63
Stats Against (All Games)0.50.71.2 13-645.1%1-025.0%3-87(31.8)2-8(3.9)6-49
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.50.81.2 13-643.5%0-037.5%2-42(24.7)34-3(12.2)7-56
Stats Against (Road Games)1.00.51.5 9-338.9%1-050.0%2-80(40.2)2-7(3.5)6-50

NY GIANTS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfYardsYPPTOScoreHalfYardsYPPTO
All Games0-4-4.30-42-215.26.5325.5(5.8)4.036.512.5384.7(5.4)1.7
Home Games0-1-10-11-023.09.0376.0(5.5)4.041.010.0416.0(5.8)1.0
Last 3 Games0-3-3.30-31-210.05.3274.7(4.9)3.336.712.3402.7(5.6)2.0
Turf Games0-2-20-22-027.09.5427.0(6.9)5.038.511.5373.5(5.2)1.0
Division Games0-1-10-11-031.010.0478.0(8.5)6.036.013.0331.0(4.6)1.0
NY GIANTS - Current Season Statistics
 RushingPassingTotal
 PPGHalfFDTOPATT-YDSYPRCMP-ATTPCTYDSPYAATT-YDSYPPYPPT
Offense (All Games)15.26.517.525:3117-58(3.3)22-3956.1%268(6.9)56-325(5.8)(21.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.16.66.81928:3122-90(4)24-3960.9%259(6.6)61-349(5.7)(21.1)
Offense Home Games23.09.028.031:5819-23(1.2)28-4957.1%353(7.2)68-376(5.5)(16.3)
Defense (All Games)36.512.523.234:2931-123(3.9)26-4065.6%262(6.5)71-385(5.4)(10.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.29.714.322.732:2929-123(4.2)24-3667.3%250(7)65-372(5.7)(12.5)
Defense Home Games41.010.023.028:0229-109(3.8)30-4369.8%307(7.1)72-416(5.8)(10.1)
NY GIANTS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
 INTFLTODIFF#-MADEPCT#-MADEPCTKR-YDSYPKRPR-YDSYPPRPEN-YDS
Stats For (All Games)2.51.54.0-2.212-322.9%1-025.0%2-61(24.5)3-17(5.7)6-44
Opponents Avg. Stats Against1.20.92.11.814-432.4%1-027.9%2-36(23.6)19-2(9.3)7-55
Stats For (Home Games)4.00.04.0-3.011-19.1%1-00.0%5-121(24.2)2-13(6.5)4-16
Stats Against (All Games)1.00.71.7 15-750.0%0-050.0%1-14(18.7)3-66(22.1)7-66
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.50.91.4 13-644.2%0-028.6%1-32(26.7)38-3(13.1)6-48
Stats Against (Home Games)0.01.01.0 15-853.3%0-00.0%2-34(17)4-121(30.2)13-132
Average power rating of opponents played: PHILADELPHIA 21.8,  NY GIANTS 24.8
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/9/2013@ WASHINGTON33-27W4W51O49-26315-25-180218-7430-49-3083
9/15/2013SAN DIEGO30-33L-7.5L51O20-8923-37-422031-12636-47-4132
9/19/2013KANSAS CITY16-26L-3L50.5U28-26013-30-171537-14722-35-2480
9/29/2013@ DENVER20-52L10L57.5O35-16617-31-284033-14130-37-3310
10/6/2013@ NY GIANTS            
10/13/2013@ TAMPA BAY            
10/20/2013DALLAS            
10/27/2013NY GIANTS            
11/3/2013@ OAKLAND            

NY GIANTS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/URushingPassingTORushingPassingTO
9/8/2013@ DALLAS31-36L3.5L48.5O14-5027-42-428623-8736-49-2441
9/15/2013DENVER23-41L3.5L52.5O19-2328-49-353429-10930-43-3071
9/22/2013@ CAROLINA0-38L-2L47U16-6014-27-90346-19415-27-2082
9/29/2013@ KANSAS CITY7-31L3L44U21-9818-37-200328-10224-41-2883
10/6/2013PHILADELPHIA            
10/10/2013@ CHICAGO            
10/21/2013MINNESOTA            
10/27/2013@ PHILADELPHIA            
KEY GAME INFORMATION
PHILADELPHIA: There's been much conjecture about whether or not new head coach Chip Kelly's frenetic Oregon offense will translate to the NFL. But most likely, he's not bringing that offense to Philly. The Eagles will surely play up-tempo, and they'll likely mix some read option stuff in, in an attempt to get LeSean McCoy and Bryce Brown into space. And Michael Vick will get to run a few keepers. But new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur is from the Andy Reid coaching tree and will surely bring a more traditional touch to this offense. McCoy will take the majority of the work, but Brown will also get plenty of reps. The Eagles will try to use tempo and play-action to create confusion in their passing game. Expect a lot of two-tight end looks with Vick on the move more often than not. It's unclear if Brent Celek will hold off James Casey and Zach Ertz, two tight ends Kelly brought in. DeSean Jackson figures to be even more of an all-or-nothing deep threat than he was during the Andy Reid years. Jeremy Maclin, if healthy, should be their No. 1 receiver with the ability to be effective in a variety of roles. The backs will also be featured heavily in the screen game. The Eagles figure to get a little more pass-heavy in the red zone, where their multi-tight end sets will create play-action opportunities. The Eagles hope new defensive coordinator Billy Davis can improve the team's pathetic 13 takeaways in 2012 (tied for last in NFL). Davis' 3-4 based scheme will operate in multiple looks with several blitz packages. It will feature many new faces, such as mountainous NT Isaac Sopoaga, pass-rushing OLB Connor Barwin and possibly four new starters in the secondary -- CB Bradley Fletcher, CB Cary Williams FS Kenny Phillips and SS Pat Chung. Two hard-nosed linebackers remain in ILB DeMeco Ryans and OLB Trent Cole.
NY GIANTS: The Giants have moved toward a zone-blocking scheme more and more in past years, and it appears they're ready to make a wholesale change this year. Second-year RB David Wilson fits best in a one-cut system, as does tandem back Andre Brown. Wilson figures to see the bulk of the early down snaps. But he's still a work in progress as far as blitz pick-up goes, so he'll head to the sideline in most passing situations. Andre Brown will take third downs and will likely end up taking short-yardage duties. Eli Manning has pretty much taken over this offense, adjusting plays at the line like his brother (minus the theatrics). They'll continue to run a lot of three-receiver sets, and Manning's at his best working off play-action. Hakeem Nicks, presumably healthy again, works primarily on the outside as a big-play threat. But Manning's favorite targets have traditionally worked out of the slot, which will be Victor Cruz's spot in three-wide looks. Manning will also use TE Brandon Myers as his main check-down option, as the backs usually stay in to protect. Third receiver Reuben Randle will play outside as a field-stretching option. The Giants stayed relatively run-based in the red zone last year, and Brown figures to take a good amount of the reps down there this year. Although the Giants allowed the second-most yards in the NFL, they also forced 35 turnovers (3rd in NFL) with FS Stevie Brown getting six interceptions. The defensive line is too talented with DEs Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck to record just 33 sacks again (22nd in NFL), and a better pass rush will certainly help their beleaguered secondary, which expects CB Prince Amukamara, 24, to dominate. The defense added seven new defenders this offseason, but DT Cullen Jenkins is the only projected starter of this bunch.
PREVIEW
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*Eagles-Giants Preview* =======================

As bad as the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles have been, they still believe they are in contention in the mediocre NFC East.

The problem quite simply is whether either can put together four solid quarters to earn a victory.

The winless Giants host an Eagles team that has looked lost defensively while dropping three straight in Sunday's matchup of once-proud franchises headed in the wrong direction.

Philadelphia (1-3) and New York (0-4) have combined for 10 of the last 13 NFC East titles, but making that 11 in 14 seems unlikely given the way these teams are playing.

The Giants, who captured the franchise's fourth Super Bowl just two seasons ago, are off to their worst start since losing five straight to begin 1987 - when replacement players were used during part of that slide. New York has totaled seven points in consecutive losses and Eli Manning has thrown a league-high nine interceptions while getting sacked 14 times, five fewer than all of 2012.

The Eagles started 2013 under new coach Chip Kelly with a 33-27 victory at defending NFC East champion Washington. They haven't won since and are allowing 34.5 points per game after last Sunday's 52-20 loss at Denver.

The only team that has allowed more points through four games is New York, yielding an average of 36.5 thanks in part to an NFL-worst 16 turnovers.

The states of these teams has surprised participants in a rivalry that had major postseason ramifications in the past.

"I'm very surprised, especially when our division was picked to be amongst the top," Eagles quarterback Michael Vick said. "That's football, man. It goes to show you how you have to be on top of your game."

Dallas leads the East with a 2-2 mark and will be an underdog at home against unbeaten Denver this weekend. A loss by the Cowboys would pave the way for the Eagles to tie for the division lead or the Giants to pull within one game of first place.

"Guys know that and coach (Tom Coughlin) brought that up the other day, so we understand," Manning said. "There's a lot of football left to be played, but we've got to start playing football. We're a better team than what we've been playing like, but we've got to go out there and prove it."

Manning will try to get an offense untracked that has produced the fewest amount of points in consecutive games in Coughlin's 10 years with the club. The two-time Super Bowl MVP is getting hit more as a result of a patchwork offensive line that played without starters David Baas, Chris Snee and David Diehl in last Sunday's 31-7 loss at Kansas City.

Diehl will make his season debut and start at right guard against the Eagles, while Snee was placed on season-ending injured reserve Friday.

"They've got some injuries on the offensive line," Kelly said. "When you watch their games with who played against the Cowboys and who played in the opening game and then who played in the last game against the Chiefs was a little bit different."

Manning will continue to try to target Victor Cruz, fourth in the NFL with 425 yards receiving to go with four touchdown receptions. Cruz could be open often against a Philadelphia defense yielding 461.3 yards per game for the NFL's second-worst mark.

Defensive coordinator Billy Davis' unit will no doubt be eager to face a different Manning after Peyton Manning completed 28 of 34 passes for 327 yards and four scores last weekend.

"We obviously are not where we want to be right now, but we just have to keep rolling and learn from everything," safety Nate Allen said. "That's all you can do. We are just going to keep working, learn from this and work on the fundamentals and move forward."

Kelly's high-octane offense leads the NFC with 480.5 yards per game, but Vick has been sacked 14 times to match Eli Manning and the Jets' Geno Smith for the third-highest total in the league.

Whether the Giants can get to Vick remains questionable. New York's once-feared pass rush has produced four sacks to match winless Pittsburgh for the NFL's lowest total.

"We've been very frustrated that we only have four sacks as a unit," said defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul, who has been limited to one sack after offseason back surgery. "This is the New York Giants. Normally we have sacks off the roof, but right now it's not that way right now."

The Giants will have to be wary of LeSean McCoy, the NFL's leading rusher at 117.0 yards per game. Four of McCoy's 14 100-yard rushing efforts have come against New York.

The Eagles have won eight of the last 10 overall meetings, although their five-game road win streak in this series ended with a 42-7 defeat Dec. 30, 2012, in Andy Reid's last game as coach.

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Last Updated: 10/22/2014 11:24:04 PM EST


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