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NY GIANTS (3 - 7) at PHILADELPHIA (4 - 6)
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Week 12 Sunday, 11/25/2018 1:00 PM
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257NY GIANTS46.548
NY GIANTS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-7-2.64-55-521.58.2346.2(6.1)1.126.312.2381.5(6.1)1.3
Road Games2-3+0.54-13-223.69.2355.2(6.3)0.824.211.8374.4(6.2)1.4
Last 3 Games2-1+1.21-12-126.09.0313.0(5.7)0.726.09.0414.7(6.2)2.3
Grass Games2-1+2.53-03-028.314.3362.7(6.7)
Division Games0-3-30-31-213.03.0319.7(5.3)1.324.713.7345.7(5.7)0.3
NY GIANTS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.
Offense Road Games23.69.218.829:0921-71(3.5)25-3670.9%284(7.9)56-355(6.3)(15.1)
Defense (All Games)26.312.222.031:1828-125(4.5)23-3564.9%256(7.3)63-381(6.1)(14.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Road Games24.211.820.830:5125-101(4.1)24-3666.9%273(7.7)60-374(6.2)(15.5)
NY GIANTS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-644.9%1-185.7%2-32(18.6)2-15(8.2)6-57
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 13-542.3%1-161.3%2-36(21.9)11-2(6.7)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 12-544.3%1-1100.0%1-13(21)1-13(9.4)6-49

PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-6-6.73-74-620.58.7355.2(5.7)1.623.110.2377.9(6.3)0.7
Home Games2-3-4.71-41-419.25.8347.6(5.7)1.619.88.6332.8(5.6)0.4
Last 3 Games1-2-3.11-21-217.06.7337.3(6.2)
Grass Games3-5-6.72-63-520.57.0372.1(5.8)1.621.29.0354.0(6)0.7
Division Games1-1-2.11-12-027.013.5400.0(6.3)0.520.09.5405.5(6.5)0.5
PHILADELPHIA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.58.721.631:5624-98(4.2)26-3868.8%257(6.7)62-355(5.7)(17.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.412.420.630:0725-104(4.1)23-3467.8%252(7.3)60-356(6)(14.6)
Offense Home Games19.25.821.832:2024-95(4)26-3869.7%253(6.7)61-348(5.7)(18.1)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.71221.430:2825-108(4.3)25-3668.1%263(7.3)61-370(6)(15)
Defense Home Games19.88.618.227:4020-102(5.2)25-3964.8%231(5.9)59-333(5.6)(16.8)
PHILADELPHIA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-536.9%1-166.7%1-20(22.7)2-13(6.1)7-60
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 13-643.8%1-161.7%2-36(22.7)12-2(7.1)6-53
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-535.4%1-160.0%1-21(20.8)2-9(5.9)8-70
Average power rating of opponents played: NY GIANTS 20.7,  PHILADELPHIA 22.2
NY GIANTS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/30/2018NEW ORLEANS18-33L3L51.5U15-6531-41-234232-17019-34-2190
10/7/2018@ CAROLINA31-33L6.5W43.5O16-5023-37-382331-11821-35-2322
10/22/2018@ ATLANTA20-23L4W52U20-6127-38-372020-6731-39-3561
11/12/2018@ SAN FRANCISCO27-23W3W45O23-9719-31-180029-12427-39-2502
11/18/2018TAMPA BAY38-35W-3T54O31-16317-18-196030-15125-37-3594
11/25/2018@ PHILADELPHIA            
12/9/2018@ WASHINGTON            
12/23/2018@ INDIANAPOLIS            

PHILADELPHIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/30/2018@ TENNESSEE23-26L-3L41O22-11733-50-315122-7030-43-3271
10/11/2018@ NY GIANTS34-13W-1.5W46O31-10826-36-271017-14724-43-2541
11/18/2018@ NEW ORLEANS7-48L7L56.5U12-5819-33-138337-17323-32-3730
11/25/2018NY GIANTS            
12/9/2018@ DALLAS            
12/16/2018@ LA RAMS            
NY GIANTS: Former head coach Ben McAdoo and his ineffective iso/spread offense have been replaced by new head coach (and 2017 AP NFL Assistant Coach of the Year) Pat Shurmur. Shurmur will surely be more creative with star WR Odell Beckham and keep defenses honest against him by utilizing athletic TE Evan Engram and No. 2 WR Sterling Shepard. No. 2 overall draft pick Saquon Barkley projects as the best Giants RB in at least a decade. Many pieces remain from New York's stellar 2016 defense, and new coordinator James Bettcher will get the most out of his stars. S Landon Collins is a dynamic playmaker and CB Janoris Jenkins is hard to beat when his head is on right. DT Damon 'Snacks' Harrison is a run-stuffer while DE Olivier Vernon sets the edge on running plays as well as anyone. Former Rams LB Alec Ogletree greatly improves a previously awful linebacking unit.
PHILADELPHIA: All indications are that QB Carson Wentz, the MVP front-runner before tearing his ACL in Week 14, will be ready for Week 1. Wentz's ability to extend plays and throw for big plays late in the down is what makes him special. The offensive line is fantastic, allowing Philly to run a diverse and expansive set of running plays. TE Zach Ertz and WR Alshon Jeffery are atop a deep skill-position group that can create mismatches in a number of ways. Philly's defensive line is dominant. Fletcher Cox may be the NFL's most underrated player, and Brandon Graham, Tim Jernigan and Derek Barnett would be the stars of many teams' front sevens. The additions of former Pro-Bowlers Michael Bennett and Haloti Ngata as rotational depth are a nightmare for opposing O-lines. Rookie CB Sidney Jones (who would've been a 2017 first-rounder if not for a season-ending injury) provides another upgrade.
Giants, Eagles look different since first meeting

The Philadelphia Eagles dominated the New York Giants 34-13 on the Giants' home field on Oct. 11. The teams meet again on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, and a lot has changed since that game just five weeks ago.

The Eagles (4-6) have lost two in a row, including a humbling 48-7 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. The Eagles' secondary has been decimated by injuries, and quarterback Carson Wentz, who had the look of an MVP candidate last year before getting injured, threw three interceptions without a touchdown pass against the Saints.

Meanwhile, the Giants (3-7) seemed to be in free fall after that loss to the Eagles, but they have recovered and come into Sunday's game riding a two-game winning streak.

"Yes, we're a much different team in a lot of ways. We found a way to have two good team victories the last two weeks, so we're doing some things as a team better, not near good enough yet, but we are different," head coach Pat Shurmur said. "We have some new faces in there certainly, so yeah we are different."

Since the earlier game against Philadelphia, the Giants have traded away two defensive starters, cornerback Eli Apple and defensive tackle Damon Harrison. They've also revamped their offensive line, sending former starting right guard Patrick Omameh packing and center John Greco to the bench in favor of newcomer Jamon Brown and Spencer Pulley at right guard and center, respectively.

"Obviously, we're playing better football right now," said Giants quarterback Eli Manning. "I think we're running the ball better than we did."

Giants rookie running back Saquon Barkley shredded the Eagles with 130 yards on the ground and 99 yards receiving in the first meeting.

Barkley was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his 142-yard, 27-carry performance last week in a 38-35 win over the Buccaneers.

"Since we played them last they had a bye and they've come back with a couple wins," said Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz. "They're leaning more -- and we probably opened this box -- but leaning more on Barkley not only catching the ball, which he was early on in the season, but running the ball and really pounding it on inside runs. So I think that's probably the biggest difference."

Manning had his best game of the season on Sunday, completing 17 of 18 passes for 231 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions. Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is just 68 yards shy of his fourth 1,000-yard season.

They could have success against an injury-plagued Eagles secondary that allowed 373 passing yards and four touchdown passes to the Saints' Drew Brees.

The Eagles gave up 546 total yards to New Orleans, and veteran Philadelphia safety Malcolm Jenkins suggested the team may have quit against the Saints.

"I didn't feel like as a team that we had a lot of fight," he said. "I think that when a team jumps on you like the Saints did, and things get rolling, you find out a lot about yourself. You're going to get blown out regardless. You either get blown out swinging or blown out laying down. And I think you had a little bit of both.

"Not to say that there aren't guys playing hard, or that they aren't giving it what they've got. It's just that we need every drop of that at this point, and we're going to demand that from the top of the roster all the way to the bottom."

The Eagles began the weekend just two games out of first place in the NFL East, but the defending Super Bowl champs need to get it going soon.

One thing going for Philadelphia is that the Giants haven't won a game on the road against the Eagles since 2013.

"We just have to catch a rhythm early in a game," said Philadelphia tight end Zach Ertz. "I feel if we do that, we'll be able to execute the rest of the game at high level. We have to catch a spark early on offense. We have to score points in the first quarter. That is the bottom line. That is the big thing from this entire season I take so far. We have to score points in the first quarter. I've been saying it for 10 weeks now and hopefully it comes true this week."

Last Updated: 5/23/2019 8:19:50 PM EST

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