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== Event Details ==

2018 NFL Week 6
Competitor: Philadelphia Eagles Vs New York Giants
Date : 11th October, 2018
Live/Repeat:Live

 

 
“I have not referred to them as that, I do not think,” Manning said.
When the Eagles visit the Giants at 8:20 p.m. Thursday at MetLife Stadium, it will be the first time in his 15-year career that he faces a defending Super Bowl champion in a divisional matchup.
The last Super Bowl wins by the Cowboys and Redskins pre-date Manning’s career. The Eagles have given more trouble than any other team, as he is 10-18 in his career against the neighbors to the south.
“Winning your division is the only way to ensure making the playoffs,” said Manning, who has more touchdowns and yards at the Eagles’ expense than any other opponent. “Where everybody is right now, these are crucial games, so we have to get going.”

Saed Hindash | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
There is an even higher level of familiarity than normal among these teams because Giants coach Pat Shurmur spent 13 years as an Eagles assistant coach over two stints.
And Giants linebacker Connor Barwin had some of his best seasons with the Eagles.
“The key is to win your division and then give yourselves a chance to compete, and then go on from there,” Shurmur said. “That is what we are battling for. That is why I think we as coaches and players understand that there is no panic. It is urgency to win every week, and that is what we are fighting to do. Along the way, every team goes through stuff. We are in it, so we just have got to go win a game.

Here are NJ Advance Media’s staff predictions for the game, as well as what others around the nation are picking:
Matt Lombardo, NJ Advance Media
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Matt Lombardo, NJ Advance Media
This is the type of game that teams with championship pedigree find a way to win; road division games, on a short-week, looking to snap a two-game losing skid. The Eagles don’t quite look like a Super Bowl contender at this point, but they are a far more complete team than the Giants are at this juncture of the season, and likely have the firepower to once again come out on top in a rivalry game that always seems to come down to the wire.

The Giants have nothing to show from their best offensive effort in years, but at least the 31-point explosion gives them confidence heading into a short week. Eli Manning torched this Eagles defense with five guys off the street last December. He’ll do it again and extend the post-Super Bowl hangover for the Eagles. The pick: Giants 34, Eagles 28.

This is a must-win game for two teams who have struggled to produce successful outings. The Eagles haven’t played well as of late, but their comeback attempt against the Vikings may be the start of a turnaround. The Giants played the Panthers tough in Week 5, so they also have some room for optimism. The Eagles are the better team here and should be able to pull off a close win on a short week. The loser of this game will be in very dire straits moving forward. The pick: Eagles 20, Giants 16.

Things are going south quickly for the Giants, at 1-4. But the Eagles, at 2-3, have issues of their own. The only guarantee coming out of
Matt Stypulkoski, NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Both of these teams have struggled out of the gate, but one has significantly more talent than the other. The Giants’ offense will struggle against the Eagles ‘D,’ while Carson Wentz and Co. do enough to grab a vital NFC East win. The pick: Eagles 17, Giants 10

The Giants have been on the wrong side of a lot of questionable officiating calls the last two weeks, and it seems to be affecting their psyche. When the Giants offense plays well, the defense doesn’t. When the defense plays well, the offense doesn’t. That’s the sign of a bad team. This is the week for a complete game. The pick: Giants 28, Eagles 26

The Eagles are coming off their first two-game losing streak since 2016. They’re reeling, injured, bruised and battered. They just lost Jay Ajayi, their lead running back, for the season. Yet, they’re still significantly more talented than the Giants and Carson Wentz is getting into a groove. If the Eagles offensive line can get its act together, this has the potential to become lopsided. The pick: Eagles 24, Giants 17

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