Eagles vs. Giants: Grading Philadelphia's Performance

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Eagles vs. Giants: Grading Philadelphia's Performance
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The Philadelphia Eagles entered New Meadowlands Stadium in a crucial Week 15 matchup with the New York Giants. This game was the biggest of the season for both teams, as the winner would take the indefinite lead in the NFC East. This game was essentially a playoff game, as the winner will most likely make the playoffs, and the loser most likely will not. 

Philadelphia entered this game and during the entire first half were simply dominated by the Giants. At halftime the Giants had a 21-point lead, and it looked like the game was seemingly over. However, the Giants allowed Michael Vick and the Eagles offense to get back into the game and tie it late in the fourth quarter. 

The Eagles were able to climb their way back into the game, and the Eagles defense was able to hold on the Giants' last possession. With 10 seconds left on the clock, Matt Dodge punted the ball to DeSean Jackson. 

Jackson returned the punt for a touchdown. 

Miracle at the Meadowlands II. 

Here is the Eagles postgame Report Card: 

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