Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants: Live Score, Analysis for NFL Week 4
The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants by a score of 19-17 on Sunday Night Football.
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Tynes' field goal came THAT close to winning the game for the Giants. Alas, it wasn't meant to be.
Eagles win by a score of 19-17.
That's it, folks. The Eagles are 3-1, and they've won their three games by a total of four points.
I thought the replacement refs were fired.
Make-up call, much?
Heck of a tackle by Jenkins there to limit Ahmad Bradshaw to just one yard.
That's clear PI, folks.
Eli Manning has the biggest balls of any quarterback in the NFL.
Unreal that he threw it downfield like that.
Pass interference call on fourth-and-inches?
Brilliant escape by Manning, but it's now third-and-10.
Why would you kick it to David Wilson at this point in the game?
Makes no sense, and the Giants will start their drive from the 35-yard line.
Alex Henery hits a 26-yard field goal with 1:49 left. Philly takes a 2-point lead.
Way too much time for Eli Manning to win this game.
Powerhouse drive for Eagles. If i have Eli, I let Philly score here and take my chances in 2-minute offense— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) October 1, 2012
Amukamara limps off the field. Seriously, this guy can't stay healthy.
So...I thought this was a defensive struggle.
That Giants drive seriously was a hot knife through butter.— Steve Wyche (@wyche89) October 1, 2012
Eli Manning was his usual clutch self on that five-play, 83-yard drive. He capped it off by hitting Bear Pascoe for the easy touchdown.
"The master of the comeback." -- Al Michaels
Eli Manning is the master of the fourth quarter.
What a gorgeous throw to Ramses Barden.
Huge sack by Chase Blackburn. Giants had to hold the Eagles to a field goal there. ... Eagles now up 16-10. #NYG— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) October 1, 2012
16-10 Eagles. Why do I get the feeling no TD there will loom large?— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 1, 2012
The fourth quarter between these two teams always provides drama. What will the end of this game look like?
Alex Henery hits another field goal to give the Eagles a six-point lead, 16-10.
The Giants defense is clearly tired and slow right now.
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