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How are you feeling after the Eagles did just enough to beat the Giants?

Let’s get into it!

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The Eagles are now 14-3 after they defeated the New York Giants at home, 22-16.

We’ve seen better performances from the Birds (especially with this game being against the Giants backups), but a win is a win and they were able to clinch the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs, so we can breathe now.

The Birds came out hot. On the Eagles’ first play, Jalen Hurts connected with A.J. Brown for 35 yards, breaking Mike Quick’s single-season record of 1,409 receiving yards. Brown finished as the Eagles lead receiver with four catches for 94 yards.

Jalen Hurts was back after missing two games with a shoulder injury and boy was I glad to see him. He wasn’t as exciting today, and rightfully so, as he clearly was trying to avoid injuries. He finished 20-of-35 for 229 yards, one interception and he was sacked three times.

As expected, Boston “Giant Killer” Scott had his way, leading the Birds in rushing with nine carries for 54 yards and a score.

The Birds struggled in the red zone, they were were 1-of-5, but thank goodness kicker Jake Elliot was on the money, he had a career-high five field goals today.

There’s so much to discuss for this action packed rivalry game! Join Shane Haff and Jessica Taylor NOW on the BGN Instant Reaction Show as they react to the Eagles performance. We’re taking your questions, comments in addition to sharing your three word reactions.

No worries if you miss the live show, it will be available on Apple podcast, Spotify and anywhere else that you get your podcasts shortly after the broadcast. You can also go back on the YouTube page and watch it there.

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