Philadelphia, after last week’s success, has retained excellent NFC West leadership chances. In many respects, the result of the regular season depends on the last round in which the “eagles” will fight with Dallas. Now, for Eagles, the task is painfully prosaic – to gain maximum victories in the native walls. Giants in a foreign field can hardly be called a serious force in the NFL. This year, New York only once was able to win at a party, missing more than 300 yards in long passes on average per match. Must say that the “giants” in many respects are in the “tail” of the league, and nominally should be easy prey for Philadelphia.
“Eagles” are noticeably superior to the opponent and are not devoid of tournament motivation. The Giants is the NFL’s worst defense team and it suits Philadelphia very much. In general, the Eagles experienced problems this year only with opponents who know how to build football from defense. Wentz and most of his front line recipients, including Ertz, should show a great game. New York will show something in the attack, and the Howard and Sanders combo should be able to score more than 10 points.