Lessons Learnt From Philadelphia Eagles’ Victory Over New York Giants

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Drama and ups and downs marked Philadelphia Eagles’ 22-21 win against the New York Giants. Carson Wentz threw a superb touchdown score to Boston Scott. Brandon Graham ‘s forced fumble clinched the win for the Eagles. Some of the takeaways from this match are the following:

 

  • Carson Wentz is like a yo-yo as he leads the Eagles through good and bad plays. Successes as well as failures can be attributed to his individual performance.

 

  • The Eagles are ahead of the Giants though they’re dealing with injuries. It’s been a struggle for them to stay on top.

 

  • Jones has been fumbling and stumbling. His fumbles and stumbles have created a comic frenzy on Twitter.

 

  • Both the sides made several blunders but the Giants made more errors.

  • Miles Sanders of the Eagles was out of the game due to an injury.

 

  • Giants’ Saquon Barkley couldn’t play due to an ACL tear.

 

  • Travis Fulgham could be the go-to-guy for Eagles’ Wentz as he’s been showing promise this season.

 

  • Despite a one point loss by the New York Giants, it was Philadelphia Eagles who dominated the game. They are ahead of the Giants in this historic rivalry.

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