Today's Eagles vs Giants live stream catches Jalen Hurts’ Eagles flying high while Daniel Jones and the G-Men are looking to put an end to their recent struggles. This NFL live stream will mark more domination for Philly or the turnaround New York fans have been waiting for.
The Eagles (11-1) own the best record in the NFL. Their quarterback, Jalen Hurts has played himself into franchise quarterback status as well as the league’s MVP conversation. Their running back, Miles Sanders, is having a career year and one of their key offseason acquisitions, wide receiver A.J. Brown, is on pace for a career high 1,300 receiving yards.
With all three players performing at such a high level, Philly is a truly diverse team that keeps defensive coordinators up at night. In their Week 12 win over the Packers, the Eagles had two 100-yard rushers in Hurts and Sanders. Hurts ran for a career-high ran for a career high 157 yards. Last week against the Titans they switched it up opting to air it out. Hurts then threw for 380 yards and three touchdowns while producing two 100-yard receivers in Brown and DaVonta Smith.
The defensive coordinator trying to crack the Eagles’ code this week is Don “Wink” Martindale. The 18-year veteran NFL coach has kept his Giants’ defense aggressive and competitive this season. They rank 12th in points allowed per game and 6th in run defense, which will obviously be put to the test when they face the Eagles and their 5th ranked rushing attack.
While “Wink” has the defense, first year head coach Brian Daboll has the offense. The Daboll era started off well in the Meadowlands as he helped guide his team to a 7-2 record after Week 10, but now they have hit hard times. The Giants have won just one game since the start of November, and they are coming off a tie against the Commanders. They now sit at 7-4-1.
As the Giants have struggled, so has Saquon Barkley. The running back is 4th in the league in rushing but has averaged just 2.8 yards per carry over the last three games. While a finger can be pointed at Barkley it can also be pointed at injuries. Center Jon Feliciano missed time with a neck injury as did tackle Evan Neal with a knee injury. Barkley was listed as “questionable” with a neck injury heading into the weekend, but will play today.
The Action Network has the Eagles as 7-piont road favorites against the Giants (odds that stood still). The Eagles have the edge over the Giants in their last five matchups winning three of them. Oh, and we've also got details on how to watch the Jets vs Bills live stream.
Eagles vs Giants Inactives:
Eagles: Ian Book (QB), Trey Sermon (RB), Shaun Bradley (LB), Janarius Robinson (DE), Josh Sills (G), Sua Opeta (G)
Giants: David Sills (WR), Adoree’ Jackson (CB), Rodarius Williams (CB), Shane Lemieux (G), Joshua Ezeudu (G), Lawrence Cager (TE), Leonard Williams (DL)
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Eagles vs Giants live streams in the US
The game starts at 1 p.m. ET / 10 p.m. PT today (Dec. 11)
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The Eagles vs Giants live stream starts at 6 p.m. GMT today.
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