Giants vs. Eagles: 5 Things We Learned from Philadelphia's 28-16 Loss

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Giants vs. Eagles: 5 Things We Learned from Philadelphia's 28-16 Loss
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The Eagles were in good going into the fourth quarter with a 16-14 lead, but they completely collapsed reminiscent of their Week 7 loss to the Titans in 2010. The Eagles failed to score a touchdown on four of their five red zone trips.

The Giants took advantage of the Eagles' missed opportunities and outscored them 15-0 in the fourth quarter. Michael Vick left the game late for the second straight week, this time with a broken right hand. Mike Kafka came in for for Vick, but with very different results than last week. He went four for seven with two interceptions.

The Eagles came into this week with a lot of confidence but left with some serious questions on both sides of the ball.

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