Giants vs Eagles Wednesday Injury Report

NEW YORK GIANTS

Practice Report

DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

RB Rashad Jennings (knee), LB Spencer Paysinger (hamstring)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

LB Jon Beason (foot, toe), CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (ankle, hamstring), P Steve Weatherford (left ankle)

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

Practice Report

OUT (DEFINITELY WILL NOT PLAY)

Wednesday

C Jason Kelce (hernia), WR Brad Smith (groin)

DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

LB Mychal Kendricks (calf), RB Chris Polk (hamstring), LB DeMeco Ryans (groin)

FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE

Wednesday

LB Connor Barwin (knee), CB Brandon Boykin (hamstring), TE Trey Burton (achilles), CB Nolan Carroll (hamstring), WR Josh Huff (shoulder), T Matt Tobin (ankle)

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New York Giants v Philadelphia Eagles


NFL Week Six Capsule – Giants at Eagles Sunday Night

NEW YORK GIANTS (3-2) AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (4-1)

SERIES

GIANTS EAGLES
SERIES LEADER 82-74-2  
STREAKS   3 of past 5
COACHES VS. OPP. Coughlin: 11-13 Kelly: 1-1
LAST WEEK W 30-20 vs. Falcons W 34-28 vs. Rams
LAST GAME 10/27/13: Giants 15 at Eagles 7. New York WR Victor Cruz catches 7 passes for 86 yards. K Josh Brown converts 5 FGs (40, 44, 33, 46, 27). Giants defense holds Eagles to 200 net yards.
LAST GAME AT SITE 10/27/13
BROADCAST NBC (8:30 PM ET): Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya (Field reporter). Westwood One: Kevin Kugler, James Lofton, Ross Tucker (Field reporter). SIRIUS: 84 (WW1), 93 (NYG), 92 (Phi.). XM: 227 (WW1), 225 (NYG), 226 (Phi.).

STATS

PASSING Manning: 112-169-1174-11 (T3C)-5-95.6 Foles: 120-203-8-5-82.5
RUSHING Jennings: 91-396 (2C)-4.4-2 McCoy: 94-273-2.9-1
RECEIVING Donnell (TE): 25-236-9.4-4 Maclin: 25-429-17.2-4
OFFENSE 344.6 364.4
TAKE/GIVE 0 -4
DEFENSE 364.0 406.2
SACKS Hankins: 2.5 Barwin: 3
INTs 3 tied: 2 Jenkins: 3 (T1L)
PUNTING Weatherford: 44.5 Jones: 43.7
KICKING J. Brown: 37 (16/16 PAT; 7/7 FG) Parkey (R): 48 (1C) (18/18 PAT; 10/11 FG)

NOTES

GIANTS: QB ELI MANNING has won 3 in row & has 100+ rating in all 3. In those 3, has 8 TDs, 1 INT & 115.2 rating. Has started 156 consecutive games, longest active streak by QB…RB RASHAD JENNINGS rushed for 102 yards with TD & had 7 catches for 74 yards in last game vs. Phi. (11/3/13 with Oak.). Rookie RB ANDRE WILLIAMS aims for 3rd in row with rush TD…In past 3 at Phi., WR VICTOR CRUZ has 19 catches for 305 yards (101.7 per game) & 3 TDs. WR RUEBEN RANDLE has 4 rec. TDs in past 3 meetings (2 games with 2 TDs). Had TD last week. TE LARRY DONNELL ties for 1st among NFC TE with 4 rec. TDs. Rookie WR ODELL BECKHAM, JR. had TD in NFL debut last week…In last meeting, S ANTREL ROLLE had sack, INT & FF, only NYG S to do so in past 7 seasons. DE JASON PIERRE-PAUL is only DE in NFL with 2 INT-TDs since 2012. CB DOMINIQUE RODGERS-CROMARTIE spent 2 seasons in Phi. (2011-12) EAGLES: Have 7 return TDs, tied with 1920 Buffalo All-Americans for most in 1st 5 games…QB NICK FOLES won only start vs. NYG & had 114.9 rating. Is 7-0 with 13 TDs, 3 INTs & 101.7 rating in past 7 at home…RB LE SEAN MC COY has 4 100-yard rush games vs. NYG. In past 5 at home, has 606 scrimmage yards (121.2 per game), 527 rush yards (105.4 per game) & 4 TDs. RB DARREN SPROLES had rush & rec. TDs in last game vs. NYG (12/9/12 with NO). Has 6 career games with both. Since 2011, leads NFL RBs with 248 rec., 2,179 rec. yards & 16 rec. TDs…WR JEREMY MACLIN has 3 TDs in his past 4 vs. NYG. Has 25 catches for 443 yards (110.8 per game) & 4 TDs in past 4 at home. Aims for 5th in row at home with TD…Last week, S CHRIS MARAGOS had return TD off blocked punt by TE JAMES CASEY & DE CEDRIC THORNTON had FR-TD off sack & FF by LB TRENT COLE. LB DE MECO RYANS leads team with 33 tackles. S MALCOLM JENKINS ties for NFL lead with 3 INTs. DE FLETCHER COX had sack in last meeting.

Eagles Hang On To Top Rams 34-28 After Building Big Lead

St. Louis Rams v Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles built a 27-point lead Sunday, but quickly realized that no lead is safe in the NFL.

At least they didn’t need to learn it the hard way.

The Eagles defense hung on Sunday for a huge 34-28 win to move to 4-1 on the season, but all that anyone seemed to want to talk about after the game was finding a way to put teams away.

“We have to learn how to finish better,” QB Nick Foles said. “As a team, we’re not there yet.”

Being 4-1 and ‘not there yet’ is not a bad thing, and for the Eagles, they used a combo of special teams as well as defense Sunday to get the job done.

Foles threw two touchdown passes, and the team got a TD each from the special teams and defense in the win.

Up big, the Rams rallied behind QB Austin Davis. The never say die Rams rallied from down 34-7 for three straight scores to close it to 34-28 with 4:41 left.

St.Louis had the ball at their own 7 with 1:47 left, and Davis went to work, hitting a 43-yard pass to WR Brian Quick on first down, but Philadelphia’s defense finally made a stop. Davis was under pressure when he threw an incomplete pass on fourth-and-13.

Davis finished with 375 yards passing and three TDs in his first game since being elevated to starter.

The Eagles got a TD after Chris Maragos returned a blocked punt for a touchdown, and a score on D when Cedric Thornton recovered a fumble for a score and nearly took another one the distance.

“Tough 4-1, soft 4-1, it doesn’t matter,” Eagles coach Chip Kelly said. “You’re 4-1 and you go back to work Tuesday.”

The Eagles have scored seven TDs on special teams and defense, including five in the past two games.

While the season will get only tougher, it’s good to be three games over .500 after just five games, and the team hasn’t come close to playing their best ball yet.

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