Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants Pick & Prediction NOV 28TH 2021

Stadium: MetLife Stadium East Rutherford
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The Philadelphia Eagles face the New York Giants for the first time this season on Sunday. Although each of these teams has a losing record, this still could be a competitive game. The Eagles are coming off of two straight wins in their fight to get back to .500. Their opponent, however, won't let them get a win too easy. We love divisional match-ups.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers recently throttled the New York Giants. After their 30-10 loss, the Giants will try to bounce back against their division rival. There are a ton of injuries on each roster, which the Giants could potentially take advantage of. However, the injuries to their wide receivers seem the most troubling. Let's take a look at the betting information in this one.

Eagles vs. Giants Moneyline, Spread and Total Odds


MONEY LINE: Eagles (-178) vs. Giants (+158)

SPREAD: Eagles -3 (-125) vs. Giants +3 (-105)

GAME TOTAL: Over 46.5 (-105) vs. Under 46.5 (-115)

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The Philadelphia Eagles are desperately trying to get back to .500. They've won their last two games, though, which is a great start. Unfortunately, they've lost some players as well, which has put a strain on their defense. The most notable injury is to Darius Slay. The cornerback is still listed as "questionable" for Sunday. Without him, the Eagles secondary will suffer.

The good news for the Eagles is that the Giants are missing plenty of receivers. Both of their starting tight ends are "questionable" for Sunday's game. Perhaps more importantly, we still haven't learned of Sterling Shephard's availability in this one. After watching how the Giants performed against the Buccaneers, the Eagles should be fine.

That is one of the most important games of the season for the New York Giants. Their playoff chances are out the window, so division games are vital to morale. They can't allow the Eagles to come in and walk over them as the Buccaneers did. They can make sure that doesn't happen by establishing their offense early. Of course, that's much easier said than done.

With Saquon Barkley back in the lineup, the Giants got a piece of their offense back. They also have a few receivers that have stepped up recently as well. We'd like to see these receivers get more involved against the Eagles. If they can receive more targets downfield, perhaps the Giants can put together a win.

Eagles at Giants Best Bets

Eagles 20 - Giants 14

The Philadelphia Eagles come in as 3-point favorites in this game. One important thing to remember is that this is their first time facing the Giants this season. However, Philadelphia is on a roll and has claimed wins over the Broncos and the Saints. They've gone 6-5 against the spread this season as well, which isn't bad.

The Giants' offense will likely have trouble dealing with the Eagles' pass rush. We've also seen that the Giants defense has a tough time stopping the run. On average, they allow 119 rushing yards per game. That being said, we'll take the Philadelphia Eagles to win this one on the road and cover the spread.


1. In their last ten meetings, the Philadelphia Eagles are 8-2 against the Giants.

2. The Philadelphia Eagles are 4-2 when on the road this season.

3. The Eagles are 5-2 against the spread in their last seven games.

Best Bet: Philadelphia Eagles -3

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Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants Recap NOV 28TH 2021

Daniel Jones passed for 202 yards and a touchdown and the New York Giants forced four turnovers to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles 13-7 Sunday at East Rutherford, N.J.

Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts threw three interceptions, two of them in the red zone, and Boston Scott lost a fumble with 1:34 left as Philadelphia attempted to mount a game-winning drive.

The Eagles got one more chance with the ball in the final minute, but Jalen Reagor dropped a high pass at the goal line.

The Giants (4-7) won for the third time in their past five games and beat the Eagles (5-7) for the second straight time after Philadelphia had won eight in a row in the series.

In the Giants' first game since firing offensive coordinator Jason Garrett, senior offensive assistant Freddie Kitchens assumed play-calling duties. The Giants gained 264 yards, 4.6 per play, as Daniel Jones completed 19 of 30 throws and added 30 rushing yards.

Hurts led an Eagles rushing attack that gained 208 yards. He led the team with 77 yards on the ground and threw for 129 on 14-of-31 passing.

Graham Gano got the Giants on the board first with a 35-yard field goal at the end of their second drive. Jones kept that drive going with a successful fourth-and-1 sneak.

Hurts drove Philadelphia to the Giants' 20-yard line before floating a pass into traffic, which Darnay Holmes intercepted.

Late in the second quarter, the Eagles drove 92 yards to the New York 2. But on third and goal with eight seconds left in the half, Hurts threw a pick straight to Tae Crowder, ensuring the Giants would keep the 3-0 lead at intermission.

Jones found tight end Chris Myarick for a 1-yard touchdown on New York's first possession of the second half. Diving to the ground, Myarick secured the ball between his knees for his first career reception.

Scott pushed his way in for a touchdown from a yard out on the first play of the fourth quarter, capping a 10-play Eagles drive. They forced a quick three-and-out to get the ball back, but Giants defenders Austin Johnson and Julian Love stuffed Hurts for a sack on third down near midfield.

The Giants chewed up 7:22 of game clock on a 12-play, 70-yard drive but only came away with a field goal Gano converted from 39 yards.

Down six, the Eagles pieced together a comeback drive, but on a carry, the ball popped out of Scott's hands and right to Love for New York's fourth takeaway. The Eagles burned their three timeouts to prevent the Giants from bleeding the rest of the clock.

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