On October 15, 1933, the Philadelphia Eagles, a team in its first year of existence, went to the Polo Grounds to take on the New York Giants. It did not go well: The Giants destroyed the Eagles 56-0, winning the first game between the two teams and starting what would be a longstanding trend of the Giants getting the better of their rivals.

After a pair of tough losses, the Philadelphia Eagles rebounded with a dominant performance on the road against a division rival and dismissed talk of a Super Bowl hangover. The Eagles (3-3) are still frontrunners in the NFC East, and they're determined to make another long run. "Having let a couple games slip through our hands, and this is what I love about the team, the players don't panic," coach Doug Pederson said Friday.

After five weeks of adequate performance, the team that captured Super Bowl LII took off the training wings last night and flew high over the New York Giants. Taking down Eli Manning and crew at home 34-13 on Fox’s Thursday Night Football, the Philadelphia Eagles proved that they own the NFC East right now  – and America’s attention, it turns out. Snaring a 10.8/19 in metered market results on the Rupert Murdoch owned net and NFL Network, last night’s TNF was a winner all round.

The Philadelphia Eagles are finally starting to play like a defending Super Bowl champion. It took six games, but they sent a clear message to the rest of the NFL that they are going to make another run, if their game against the New York Giants on Thursday night was a sign of things to come. The Eagles (3-3) played fast, Carson Wentz spread the ball around and the defense - particularly the front four - made life miserable for Eli Manning and the Giants in a 34-13 win that enabled Philadelphia to avoid its first three-game losing streak since 2016.

The Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles snapped a two-game skid with an impressive 34-13 NFL victory over the beleaguered New York Giants on Thursday. Carson Wentz threw for three touchdowns as the Eagles took a 31-6 lead on their way to a fourth straight victory over their NFC East division rivals. "Man, it feels good to get back in that win column," said Wentz, whose eagles improved to 3-3 and moved atop the wide-open division.

The Philadelphia Eagles looked like a team capable of defending their Super Bowl victory on Thursday night against the New York Giants. Carson Wentz threw for 278 yards and three touchdowns as the Eagles cruised to a 34-13 victory over the Giants. Philadelphia jumped on top quickly as Eli Manning was intercepted on the second play from scrimmage by linebacker Kamu Grugier-Hill.

There are the Philadelphia Eagles we remember from last season. The Eagles were off to a surprisingly slow 2-3 start this season as they tried to defend their Super Bowl championship. It helped to be facing what looks like a terrible New York Giants team on Thursday night.

Philadelphia Eagles left tackle Jason Peters left Thursday night’s game against the New York Giants with a biceps injury sustained in the third quarter. Giants linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong was also knocked out of the game after sustaining a concussion on the opening kickoff of the second half. Peters was injured as he tried to account for an unblocked rusher coming free at quarterback Carson Wentz.

Late in the first half, with the Philadelphia Eagles up 24-6, Fox cameras found Beckham leaving to the locker room. Beckham was going back by himself because the first half wasn’t over. Sometimes players go back to the locker room if they have an injury and/or to get some extra treatment.

This week on “Mostly Football”, Martellus Bennett and crew discuss the struggles of three NFC East teams: the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. They also get a visit from rapper Curren$y. Additionally, the crew discusses a pair

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