Despite a 309-yard, two-touchdown effort from quarterback Eli Manning, the New York Giants fell to the Philadelphia Eagles by a 19-17 mark Sunday. The defending Super Bowl champs held possession at the Eagles' 27-yard line with nearly a minute left in the fourth quarter, but failed to capitalize, ultimately falling short on a 54-yard field goal attempt from placekicker Lawrence Tynes.
Things started slow for Big Blue, who didn't crack the scoreboard until the final seconds of the second quarter. But Manning would go on to find wideout Victor Cruz and tight end Bear Pascoe for second-half touchdowns.
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick churned out 291 total yards, while running back LeSean McCoy averaged over five yards a carry. Improving to 3-1, Philadelphia went without a turnover for the first time in 2012.
Check out position-by-position breakdowns of Sunday's action with report card grades for key G-Men.