Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants: Live Game Analysis, Reactions and More

Bernie Ollila@@bernieollilaContributor IIIDecember 30, 2012

Eagles 7, Giants 42 late 4th Quarter

This game is just over, folks.

It was completely dominated by the New York Giants. In fact, it was so bad that backup QBs David Carr and Trent Edwards heard their numbers called.

From the start, the Giants had the Eagles beat everywhere. Michael Vick looked terrible under pressure, Jeremy Maclin didn't feel like catching a few balls, and Nnamdi Asomugha had to resort to cheating. 

On the other side, Eli Manning and the Giants' offense was an unstoppable machine, and just about everyone was involved in the effort.

In what was likely Andy Reid's last game as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, Reid's team looked awful.

Now, the Giants need a lot to happen to make the playoffs. Regardless, the G-men ended their season on a high note.

 

 

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