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Highlight : Eagle vs Giant 33-25

Highlight : Eagle vs Giant 33-25

Highlight : Eagle vs Giant 33-25 is here , The Philadelphia Eagles gave their supporters the ideal Christmas gift when they defeated the New York Giants 33–25 in a thrilling game played at MetLife Stadium. The victory stoked the Linc’s excitement on this unique holiday night and revived their aspirations of winning the NFC East crown.

Leaders of the Game:

 

Eagles:
Hurts (301 passing yards, 1 TD, 34 rushing yards),
Swift (92 rushing yards, 1 TD),
Brown (6 receptions, 80 yards),
Ringo (5 tackles, 1 INT)

Giants:
Taylor (133 passing yards, 1 TD, 1 INT),
Barkley (80 rushing yards, 1 TD),
Slayton (3 receptions, 90 yards, 1 TD)

Hurts Makes History:
Jalen Hurts added 301 throwing yards and a touchdown to his season total of running touchdowns, shattering Cam Newton’s previous record.

Swift Scores Twice:
D’Andre Swift amassed 92 rushing yards and scored two touchdowns, one through reception and one on the ground.

Smith Shines:
With a 36-yard touchdown reception, DeVonta Smith eclipsed 1,000 receiving yards for the second consecutive season.

Brown Reachs Milestone:

A.J. Brown became the first wide receiver in Eagles history to reach 100 catches in a season.

Defence Delivers:
Shaquille Leonard led with seven tackles and two tackles for loss, while Kelee Ringo completed the victory with his first career interception in the closing seconds.

Quarter-by-Quarter Summary:

1st Quarter:

The Eagles offence was positioned on the Giants’ 13-yard line thanks to Covey’s 54-yard punt return.
The Eagles scored early thanks to a touchdown from Swift on the ground.
After a 52-yard field goal by Crosby, the score was 7-3.

2nd Quarter:

Elliott increased the advantage to 10-3 with a 28-yard field goal.
After Hurts and Smith connected for a 36-yard score, the Eagles led 17-3.
Reddick’s vital stop on fourth and one prevented the Giants from reaching the end zone.
With seconds remaining, Elliott made a 21-yard field goal to give the Eagles a 20-3 lead at halftime.

3rd Quarter:

After Scott mishandled the opening kickoff, the Giants were able to get control of the red zone.
Barkley’s touchdown run cut the lead to 20-10.

The score was 20–18 after Hurts’ interception was returned for a touchdown and the Giants converted a 2-point try.

4th Quarter:

The Eagles regained control at 27–18 thanks to a rushing score by Swift.
It was now 27-25 as the Giants answered with a 70-yard touchdown throw.
With 1:10 left, Elliott made a 43-yard field goal to give the Eagles a slim lead.
In the last seconds, Ringo made a game-winning interception that gave the Eagles a 33-25 victory.

With the victory, the Eagles move up to an 11-4 record and take a one-game lead over the Dallas Cowboys in the NFC East.
With this win, the Eagles are still in a strong position to win the division and maybe earn the first seed in the NFC playoffs.

Up Next of Eagles And Giants:

 

In Week 17, the Eagles go to Washington to play the Commanders, knowing that victory would secure the divisional title.

In their season finale, the Giants welcome the Indianapolis Colts, but their chances of making the playoffs are long gone.

Eagles fly high on Christmas, soaring past Giants and grabbing the lead in the East!

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