Giving Chip a high grade here because of his ability to switch game plans once Michael Vick pulled up with a hamstring injury and he had to sub in Nick Foles. Clearly the run-option was now out of the question, or was it? Down near the goalline, Nick Foles kept it himself and obviously didn't go anywhere, but it shows that Chip has confidence in both quarter backs running the same offense.
Nick Foles: A
What a performance coming in for the injured Michael Vick. Major props to Foles being ready to step in and run the show. Obviously the mentality for every QB backing up Vick should be "I could go in at any minute" but Foles showed that he clearly was prepared. Foles threw two beautiful passes to Celek and Jackson for TDs in the second half that sealed the game for the Eagles. An impressive performance by Foles who we will probably see again next week in Tampa.
DeSean Jackson: A
Bonus points for doing the Salsa dance in MetLife Stadium. I wrote last week that the Eagles needed to kick the Giants when they were down and they certainly did so with deflating plays like DeSean's TD and the 66 yard bomb from Vick in the first half.
Brent Celek: B
A major improvement from last week because he held onto the ball. Celek remembered how to catch this week and helped the Eagles all around, not just on his beautiful diving play in the endzone.
Offensive Line: B+
Another improvement from the previous couple of games. Gave both Vick and Foles enough time to read the defense and improve their decision making. The O-Line was clicking and certainly played well enough to provide the Eagles the protection and push they needed against the Giants
3rd Down Defense: B (trending up)
Holding the Giants to limited conversions on third down was something the Eagles needed to achieve if they wanted to win. The Giants finished 5-13 on third down, a much improved stat from a week ago at Denver (when they moved the ball so well they didn't even need a third down).
Red Zone Defense: D
The Giants made it into the Red Zone twice and scored on both trips. When it comes to bend not break defense, the Eagles break. Trading touchdowns for field goals should be the number one priority when a team drives into the red zone. Even the Giants' third score came from 26 yards out, pretty darn close to the red zone. All three scores came from inside the 26. Not a good sign moving forward.
Turnover Dept: A
Finally! A stat line that can only make you smile. The Giants turned the ball over 4 times and the Eagles never turned it over. Three interceptions led to three great "Manning-Faces" in the 4th quarter and a dejected Tom Coughlin. Even better, Brandon Jacobs fumbled, who has had issues with Coughlin in the past, and that fumble could not have helped out their situation.
Alex Henery: A+
What a leg! I know we have given Henery some grief this season so far, but he was dialed in yesterday. He hit from 27, 29, 36, 40 and 41 and nailed every XP.
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