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The Eagles made history by beating the Giants

All tied up.

NFL: New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia Eagles made history by defeating the New York Giants today.

For the first time since the series began at 0-0 in 1933, the Eagles versus Giants all-time rivalry is now tied up once again at 86-86-2. The two teams are 84-84-2 against each other in the regular season and 2-2 in the playoffs.

The Eagles have never previously led this series against the Giants. But thanks to a dominant 18-4 run in their last 22 meetings, the Eagles will have an opportunity to go ahead for the first time in 2019.

An all-time record might not mean much in the “what have you done for me lately?” climate of the NFL, but it’s still cool to point out. Also, it really just drives home how the Eagles totally own the Giants.

To further put the Eagles’ dominance over New York in perspective, I’ll once again point out that Donovan McNabb (4-0) has just as many wins as Eli Manning (4-18) in the last 22 meetings between these teams. Great stat unearthed by r/Eagles earlier this season.

The Eagles are your daddy, Giants.

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