NFC East has been in disarray this season and the Philadelphia Eagles are set to face the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in a split match on Sunday. The visitors sit at the top of the division while the home team sits last, but anything can happen in that division.
Philadelphia is 3-4-1 and has won two consecutive games against department opponents. The Eagles dealt with injuries Miles Sanders, Zach Arts, Dallas Guidert, Galen Regor, Decin Jackson, and others in the attack. They rallied around some great reserves to gain victories and Travis Fulgam was the best of the group. Regur is back from the International Police Service and Sanders is looking to return from injury as well to help Philadelphia secure stronger control of the division.
New York is still reeling from the loss of Sakon Barclay but toppled the Washington soccer team for the second time this season in Week 9. Daniel Jones still leads the ground attack, but he has strong support from Wayne Gallman Jr. and a group of others. Their appearance in recent weeks. The Giants weren’t able to place many points on the board, but their receiving corps had a lot of potential with options like Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton.
DateSunday 15 November
time: 1:00 PM ET
the Eagles# 28 overall – # 30 offensive, # 11 defense, # 20 special team
Giants: # 25 overall – # 26 offensive, # 22 defense, # 3 special squads
the Eagles: -3.5, -175
Giants: +3.5, +150
Carson WentzQuarterback, $ 5,900
Wentz has had to put the Eagles on his back several times this season with multiple injuries in the receiver. He has many interceptions like a downward pass due to his risk taking but also has five points in rush. There is a good chance of bankruptcy, but few Eagle players can thrive like him.
Travis FulghamWide receiver, $ 6,400
Fulgam will be getting some help on a large scale with the return of Galen Regor ($ 4,200) and he’s easily the best passing practitioner of the Eagles this season. He landed on four of his five starts and dropped below 70 yards at once. It’s unclear who will throw the Giants James Bradbury, but Fulgham’s consistency is difficult to convey.
Daniel JonesQuarterback, $ 5,200
Jones gave his best performance of the season against the Eagles and will have to throw the ball in an appropriate amount against the Philadelphia defense line. His legs are a great asset and he almost went into a monster race to score in Week 7. He can play better on home turf and can be a low-quality play.
Wayne Gallman Jr.Running back, $ 4,500
Galman found the finish zone in three straight matches and emerged as the center-back for the giants. He can do a little bit of everything and prove himself a viable option while Devonta Freeman wasted time with an ankle injury.