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New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles Pick & Prediction OCT 22TH 2020

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For all of the negatives surrounding the Philadelphia Eagles, they hang their hat on a positive heading into Thursday's game against the visiting New York Giants.


The Eagles have won seven straight games against the Giants and haven't lost at home to their NFC East rivals since a 15-7 setback in 2013.


Injuries are once again plaguing Doug Pederson's club. Philadelphia overcame plenty of those to defeat New York on two occasions during the final four games of the 2019 season. That strong surge allowed the Eagles to win the NFC East title.


The NFC East this season is a punch line, with four teams combined to go a paltry 5-18-1 overall. The silver lining for the Eagles (1-4-1) is they can ascend into first place with a victory on Thursday.


Philadelphia is stockpiling injuries at an alarming rate. Three-time Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz (ankle) and running back Miles Sanders (knee) joined the growing list during Sunday's 30-28 loss to Baltimore.


Running back Boston Scott is expected to see an uptick in workload on Thursday. The 5-foot-6 Scott tormented the Giants in his last encounter, rushing for three touchdowns in the second half of the Eagles' 34-17 win on Dec. 29.


Carson Wentz threw for 614 yards and three touchdowns in the two games last season versus New York. This season, however, hasn't started off well for Wentz, who enters Thursday's game on the heels of being sacked six times versus the Ravens and 25 times in 2020.


"You always got bumps and bruises from games," Wentz said. "I think you notice them a little bit more on a Thursday night game, knowing you've got a quick turnaround. I feel good. I'm fortunate I'm still playing, I'm still feeing great. It's a quick turnaround. I got no excuses. I'll be just fine when I get out there."


Wentz may see some familiar faces on Thursday, as wide receivers Alshon Jeffery (foot), DeSean Jackson (hamstring) and Lane Johnson (ankle) were deemed as limited during Tuesday's walk-through. Jeffery would be making his season debut.


Cornerback Avonte Maddox (ankle), safety Marcus Epps (ribs) and linebacker Duke Riley (rib) were also estimated as limited while Ertz, Sanders, offensive tackle Jack Driscoll (ankle), defensive tackle Malik Jackson (quad) and safety K'Von Wallace (shoulder) did not practice.


While New York recently has been dominated in the series, a win on Thursday would put the Giants (1-5) a half-game behind Dallas for first place in the division.


Daniel Jones rushed for 74 yards in New York's 20-19 victory over the Washington Football Team on Sunday. The second-year quarterback is getting it done with his legs, rushing for a team-leading 204 yards and a 7.6-yard average.


"Yeah, I think it helps the running game, opens things up for backs and helps the passing game, too," Jones said about his willingness to tuck the ball and run. "... When my number is called to run it, I'm certainly excited for those opportunities. You're seeing what this offense can do, and we need to continue to improve, continue to execute."


Jones may see the return of wideout Sterling Shepard, who has begun practicing after being placed on injured reserve with an ailing toe.


"He's an extremely explosive guy, he's good in and out of cuts," Jones said of Shepard. "I think he's as good of a route runner as there is in the league with what he can do in getting open and then catching the ball. You can trust him to separate from guys. He's a tough guy to cover one on one."


Running back Dion Lewis (hand) was estimated to be a full participant in practice for the second straight day on Tuesday. Wide receiver Darius Slayton (foot) and cornerback Darnay Holmes (neck) were limited, while wide receiver C.J. Board (concussion), defensive back Adrian Colbert (shoulder) and linebacker Tae Crowder (hamstring) did not practice.


--Field Level Media


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New York Giants

Philadelphia Eagles

Player Position Lineup
Devante Downs primary: Weak Outside Linebacker Starter
Evan Engram primary: Tight End Starter
Nick Gates primary: Center Starter
Will Hernandez primary: Left Guard Starter
Daniel Jones primary: Quarterback Starter
Dexter Lawrence primary: Defensive End Starter
Julian Love primary: Safety Starter
Jabrill Peppers primary: Strong Safety Starter
Sterling Shepard primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Darius Slayton primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Kaden Smith primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Dalvin Tomlinson primary: Nose Tackle Starter
Leonard Williams primary: Defensive Tackle Starter
Kevin Zeitler primary: Right Guard Starter
James Bradberry primary: Left Cornerback Starter
Kyler Fackrell primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
Cameron Fleming primary: Right Tackle Starter
Blake Martinez primary: Middle Linebacker Starter
Andrew Thomas primary: Left Tackle Starter
Logan Ryan primary: Free Safety Starter
Ryan Lewis primary: Right Cornerback Starter
Devonta Freeman primary: Runningback Starter
Corey Ballentine primary: Cornerback Substitution
Riley Dixon primary: Punter Substitution
Wayne Gallman primary: Runningback Substitution
B.J. Hill primary: Defensive Linesman Substitution
David Mayo primary: Linebacker Substitution
Elijhaa Penny primary: Fullback Substitution
Golden Tate primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Alex Bachman primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Nate Ebner primary: Safety Substitution
Levine Toilolo primary: Tight End Substitution
Austin Johnson primary: Defensive Linesman Substitution
Casey Kreiter primary: Long Snapper Substitution
Dion Lewis primary: Runningback Substitution
Matt Peart primary: Offensive Tackle Substitution
Cam Brown primary: Linebacker Substitution
Carter Coughlin primary: Linebacker Substitution
TJ Brunson primary: Linebacker Substitution
Austin Mack primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Markus Golden primary: Linebacker Substitution
Graham Gano primary: Kicker Substitution
Isaac Yiadom primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Madre Harper primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Trent Harris primary: Linebacker Substitution
RJ McIntosh primary: Defensive Linesman Not active
Spencer Pulley primary: Center Did not play
Colt McCoy primary: Quarterback Did not play
Eric Tomlinson primary: Tight End Not active
Darnay Holmes primary: Cornerback Not active
Shane Lemieux primary: Offensive Linesman Did not play
C.J. Board primary: Wide Receiver Not active
Adrian Colbert primary: Defensive Back Not active
Jackson Barton primary: Offensive Tackle Not active
Jabaal Sheard primary: Defensive End Not active
Player Position Lineup
Derek Barnett primary: Defensive End Starter
Fletcher Cox primary: Defensive Tackle Starter
Nathan Gerry primary: Middle Linebacker Starter
Brandon Graham primary: Defensive End Starter
Nate Herbig primary: Right Guard Starter
DeSean Jackson primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Lane Johnson primary: Right Tackle Starter
Jason Kelce primary: Center Starter
Jordan Mailata primary: Left Tackle Starter
Sua Opeta primary: Left Guard Starter
Boston Scott primary: Runningback Starter
Alex Singleton primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
Greg Ward primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Carson Wentz primary: Quarterback Starter
Javon Hargrave primary: Defensive Tackle Starter
Darius Slay primary: Cornerback Starter
Jalen Mills primary: Safety Starter
Will Parks primary: Cornerback Starter
Rodney McLeod primary: Safety Starter
Nickell Robey-Coleman primary: Cornerback Starter
Travis Fulgham primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Richard Rodgers primary: Tight End Starter
JJ Arcega-Whiteside primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Genard Avery primary: Defensive End Substitution
Jake Elliott primary: Kicker Substitution
Marcus Epps primary: Safety Substitution
Craig James primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Cameron Johnston primary: Punter Substitution
Rick Lovato primary: Long Snapper Substitution
Avonte Maddox primary: Cornerback Substitution
Matt Pryor primary: Offensive Tackle Substitution
Duke Riley primary: Linebacker Substitution
Josh Sweat primary: Defensive End Substitution
Hassan Ridgeway primary: Defensive Tackle Substitution
Jalen Hurts primary: Quarterback Substitution
Davion Taylor primary: Linebacker Substitution
John Hightower primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Shaun Bradley primary: Linebacker Substitution
Corey Clement primary: Runningback Substitution
Vinny Curry primary: Defensive End Substitution
Jason Huntley primary: Runningback Substitution
Cre'von LeBlanc primary: Cornerback Substitution
Luke Juriga primary: Center Substitution
T.Y. McGill primary: Defensive Tackle Substitution
Jamon Brown primary: Guard Substitution
Jason Croom primary: Tight End Substitution
Hakeem Butler primary: Tight End Substitution
Brett Toth primary: Offensive Tackle Substitution
Malik Jackson primary: Defensive Tackle Not active
Alshon Jeffery primary: Wide Receiver Not active
Miles Sanders primary: Runningback Not active
Nate Sudfeld primary: Quarterback Not active
K'Von Wallace primary: Safety Not active
Jack Driscoll primary: Offensive Tackle Not active
Quez Watkins primary: Wide Receiver Not active

New York Giants

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Match Start
  • Period 1
  • MIN 4
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 39 Yards
    • Passer: Daniel Jones
    • Pass Receiver: Golden Tate
    • Conv Kicker: Graham Gano
  • MIN 8
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Rush
    • 1 Yards
    • Conv Kicker: Jake Elliott
    • Rusher: Carson Wentz
  • Period 2
  • MIN 13
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 31 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Jake Elliott
  • Period 3
  • MIN 6
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Rush
    • 1 Yards
    • Conv Kicker: Graham Gano
    • Rusher: Wayne Gallman
  • Period 4
  • MIN 0
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 18 Yards
    • Passer: Carson Wentz
    • Pass Receiver: Boston Scott
    • Conv Passer: Jalen Hurts
    • Conv Receiver: Richard Rodgers
  • MIN 4
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 3 Yards
    • Pass Receiver: Greg Ward
    • Conv Rusher: Carson Wentz
    • Passer: Carson Wentz
  • MIN 6
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 2 Yards
    • Conv Kicker: Graham Gano
    • Passer: Daniel Jones
    • Pass Receiver: Sterling Shepard
  • Match End


Last 10

W 30% L 70%
3 7
  • Philadelphia W 17 - 27
  • @Washington W 23 - 20
  • Tampa Bay L 25 - 23
  • @Philadelphia L 21 - 22
  • Washington W 19 - 20
  • @Dallas L 34 - 37
  • @L.A. Rams L 9 - 17
  • San Francisco L 36 - 9
  • @Chicago L 13 - 17
  • Pittsburgh L 26 - 16
W 33% L 67%
3 6
  • @Cleveland L 17 - 22
  • @N.Y. Giants L 17 - 27
  • Dallas W 9 - 23
  • N.Y. Giants W 21 - 22
  • Baltimore L 30 - 28
  • @Pittsburgh L 29 - 38
  • @San Francisco W 25 - 20
  • Cincinnati D 23 - 23
  • L.A. Rams L 37 - 19
  • @Washington L 17 - 27

Next Games

  • @Cincinnati(08-22-19) W 25 - 23
  • @Seattle(11-09-14) L 17 - 38
  • Arizona(10-20-19) L 27 - 21
  • Cleveland(08-09-18) L 20 - 10
  • @Baltimore(12-23-12) L 14 - 33
  • Seattle(01-05-20) L 17 - 9
  • @Green Bay(09-26-19) W 34 - 27
  • New Orleans(10-11-15) W 17 - 39
  • @Arizona(10-26-14) L 20 - 24
  • @Dallas(10-20-19) L 10 - 37

Last Meetings

  • Eagles @ Giants 17-27
  • Giants @ Eagles 21-22
  • Eagles @ Giants 34-17
  • Giants @ Eagles 17-23
  • Giants @ Eagles 22-25
  • Eagles @ Giants 34-13
  • Eagles @ Giants 34-29
  • Giants @ Eagles 24-27
  • Giants @ Eagles 19-24
  • Eagles @ Giants 23-28

Last Injuries

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Boston Scott

    Ques Mon | questionable

    Scott is managing an abdominal injury, and it remains to be seen if he will line up against the Seahawks on Monday.

  • Alex Singleton

    Ques Mon | questionable

    Singleton is dealing with an ankle injury, leaving his availability against the Seahawks on Monday up in the air.

  • Jason Peters

    Ques Mon | questionable

    Peters was lifted from the previous game due to an undetermined injury, and it is unknown if he will face the Seahawks on Monday.

  • Jason Kelce

    Ques Mon | questionable

    Kelce left the last game with an elbow injury, and it is up in the air if he will be in the lineup against the Seahawks on Monday.

  • Lane Johnson

    out for season | out

    Johnson will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing ankle surgery.

  • Rudy Ford

    Ques Mon | questionable

    Ford left the last game due to a hamstring injury, and it is unclear if he will line up for Monday's game against the Seahawks.

  • Derek Barnett

    Ques Mon | questionable

    Barnett has a knee injury, and it has yet to be determined if he will take on the Seahawks on Monday.

  • Jack Driscoll

    Ques Mon | questionable

    Driscoll is nursing a knee injury, and it is unknown if he will dress for Monday's battle against the Seahawks.

New York Giants

  • Oshane Ximines

    Ques Sun | I-R

    Ximines has been ticketed for the Injured Reserve/Designated for Return list with a shoulder injury, and he has three weeks in order to be activated.

  • Kevin Zeitler

    Prob Sun | probable

    Zeitler exited the previous game with a concussion, but it is likely that he will be cleared in time for Sunday against the Bengals.

  • Brandon Williams

    Ques Sun | questionable

    Williams is hampered by an ankle injury, and it remains to be seen if he will face the Bengals on Sunday.

  • Sterling Shepard

    Prob Sun | probable

    Shepard is expected to face the Bengals on Sunday despite a hip injury.

  • Tae Crowder

    Ques Sun | I-R

    Crowder has wound up on the Injured Reserve/Designated for Return list with a hamstring injury. The team will have two weeks in order to activate him.

  • Kaden Smith

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Smith has been shuttled to the Injured Reserve/COVID-19 list, and it is uncertain when he will return to the lineup.

  • Matt Peart

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Peart has ended up on the Injured Reserve/COVID-19 list, and there is no timetable for recovery.

  • Dante Pettis

    Out indefinitely | I-R

    Pettis has shifted to the Injured Reserve/COVID-19 list, and it is unclear how much time he will need to recovery.

New York Giants vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Carson Wentz threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Boston Scott with 40 seconds remaining, lifting the host Philadelphia Eagles to a 22-21 victory over the New York Giants on Thursday.

Wentz threw for a season-high 359 passing yards and two touchdowns, both late in the fourth quarter, while getting intercepted once. He also had a rushing TD.

Wentz feathered the ball just over the head of New York safety Jabrill Peppers into the waiting hands of the 5-foot-6 Scott for the winning score.

The Giants (1-6) attempted to answer on the ensuing drive, but Brandon Graham stripped Daniel Jones of the ball and Vinny Curry recovered to seal the win for the Eagles (2-4-1).

Philadelphia won its eighth consecutive encounter against New York and moved percentage points atop the moribund NFC East, a division that sports a combined 6-19-1 record.

Jones threw for two touchdowns and nearly rushed for another for New York. Wideout Sterling Shepard had a TD reception in his return from a four-game absence caused by turf toe, and Golden Tate also scored against his former team.

Early in the third quarter, Jones scampered around right end for 80 yards before he tripped without contract. Wayne Gallman allowed Jones to laugh about his miscue after scoring a 1-yard touchdown three plays later to stake the Giants to a 14-10 lead.

Giants cornerback Logan Ryan deflected a pass intended for tight end Hakeem Butler on a fourth-and-goal play to thwart a drive at the New York 3-yard line. The Giants then drove the length of the field before Jones connected with Shepard on a slant for a 2-yard touchdown with 6:17 left in the fourth quarter, making the score 21-10.

Wentz found Greg Ward for a 3-yard score 1:39 later to trim Philadelphia's deficit to 21-16, but the quarterback was denied on his rushing bid for the two-point conversion.

Philadelphia got off to an uncharacteristically fast start, with Wentz running to convert a fourth down before scoring from 1 yard out to cap an 11-play, 75-yard drive. The touchdown marked the Eagles' first points on a game's opening drive since their season-opening 27-17 loss to the Washington Football Team on Sept. 13.

New York answered 4 1/2 minutes later to forge a tie, with Tate fending off cornerback Cre'Von LeBlanc for a 39-yard touchdown reception.

--Field Level Media