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

After turning over half their roster, it's not surprising the New York Giants are losing. The defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles are another story. The Eagles (2-3) head into Thursday night's game at MetLife Stadium against the Giants (1-4), looking to avoid their first three-game losing streak since the 2016 season.

The defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles are bumbling and stumbling along with a 2-3 record and two straight losses for the first time since December 2016. Thing is, though, the NFC East isn't exactly a powerhouse division so far this year. The four teams combined to go 0-4 this past weekend, and the Washington Redskins stunk up the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Monday night, losing to the New Orleans Saints 43-19.

Losing Jay Ajayi means the Philadelphia Eagles will have to turn to a banged-up committee of running backs. While the front office ponders making a deal to replace Ajayi, the Eagles (2-3) will rely on the group it has Thursday night against the New York Giants (1-4). Veteran Darren Sproles missed the past four games with a hamstring injury and didn't practice Tuesday, so it's unlikely he'll be ready to go.

1. A pair of NFC East rivals with sub-.500 records meet when the defending Super Bowl champions travel to East Rutherford, N.J., on Thursday night. Both teams are coming off two-point losses in Week 5, with the Eagles falling at home to the Vikings, and the Giants losing on the road on a 63-yard field goal by Carolina’s Graham Gano on the game’s final play. While Philadelphia has gone 18-6 straight up since the start of last season, including the postseason, New York is 4-17 with nine double-digit losses.

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