Passing: Eli Manning (NYG) - 24-for-52 (46.1%), 334 Yards, 2 TDs, 3 INTs
Rushing: Michael Vick (PHI) - 7 CAR, 79 Yards, 0 TD
Receiving: DeSean Jackson (PHI) - 7 REC, 132 Yards, 1 TD
Foles, 24, started the game on the bench but came on just before halftime after starting quarterback Michael Vick injured his hamstring. Foles went 16-for-25 (64.0%) for 197 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions, and a quarterback rating of 114.9. The Eagles fell behind 21-19 late in the third quarter before Foles led the Eagles to 17 unanswered points including two beautifully thrown balls that went for touchdowns - one to Brent Celek and another to DeSean Jackson.
- The win puts the Eagles at 2-3 and 2-0 in the division. They would move into first place in the division with a Dallas Cowboys loss to the Denver Broncos.
- The loss drops the Giants to 0-5.
- The Eagles defense held the Giants to just 53 rushing yards.
- Philadelphia CB Bradley Fletcher had a great game with eight solo tackles and five passes defensed.
- Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks had nine receptions for 142 yards.
- The Eagles were 9-for-19 on third down.
- It was the fifth straight game in which the Giants had allowed 31 or more points - tying a NFL record.
- The Eagles forced four total turnovers on Sunday while only forcing five combined in the first four weeks.
- Eagles defenders Cary Williams, Brandon Boykin, and Mychal Kendricks all recorded interceptions of Eli Manning - all coming in the fourth quarter.
- New York wide receiver Rueben Randle had six receptions for 96 yards and two touchdowns.
- The Eagles won the time of possession battle 32:07 to 27:53 while running 77 plays.
The Eagles take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers next Sunday at 1:00 pm at Raymond James Stadium. The game can be seen on the Fox and you can hear Merrill Reese and Mike Quick call the game on the radio on 94.1 WIP.
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