By crushing the Washington Redskins on Monday night, Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles moved into a first-place tie with the New York Giants in the NFC East.
NBC could not have picked a better Week 11 game for Sunday Night Football. Both teams are now 6-3 and the winner will take over first place in the NFC East with six games left in the season.
The Eagles and Giants are the only teams that have a chance of winning the NFC East.
The Washington Redskins are 4-5 and obviously have serious problems on defense after allowing 59 points. The Dallas Cowboys will play hard for the rest of the season, but their record of 2-7 clearly prevents them from being a playoff team. Do not be surprised if the Cowboys finish in third place though.
The upcoming game at Lincoln Financial Field on Sunday night will have major implications, but will it determine which team wins the NFC East?
The Giants and Eagles rank closely to each other in several statistical categories.
Here is a how New York and Philadelphia compare to each other, as well as a breakdown of each team's remaining schedule.