Tonight's Giants vs Eagles live stream is coming up has New York hoping the third time's the charm when facing Philly. The Eagles beat the Giants in both regular season meetings, but this time around the Giants are healthy and coming off a very impressive playoff win over the Vikings. Birds and G-Men are set for a playoff edition of their NFC East rivalry this NFL live stream!
The Giants have had an up and down year. They started out hot, then cooled, then rallied to make the postseason. Their high point came when they jumped out to their best start since 2008, posting a 7-2 record through their first nine games. Their low point however came against this Eagles team, when Philly handed them a 48-22 loss in Week 14. The loss came during a stretch of the season, when the Giants were dealing with a bevy of injuries. Starting Corner Adoree’ Jackson was out with a knee injury while safety Xavier McKinney also missed the game with broken fingers. Saquon Barkley was questionable going into that Week 14 match up as well. He did play, but only managed to take part in 31% of the snaps. A season low for the running back.
Despite going a calendar month without a win the Giants rallied to clinch their first playoff berth since 2016 with a win over the Colts in Week 17, allowing them to rest their starters in the regular season finale against the Eagles. A game they lost 22-16.
Last week, the Giants grabbed a lot of attention for their 31-24 win in Minnesota. Quarterback Daniel Jones was on point as he threw for 300 yards on 24-of-35 passing with two touchdowns, while also leading the Giants in rushing with 78 yards on the ground. Jones’ key target on the day was wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins who had the first 100-yard performance of his career catching eight passes for 105 yards and a touchdown.
The Eagles are coming off the bye week as the NFC’s top seed and they hope the week off will help get two key pieces back and as healthy as possible. Quarterback and MVP candidate Jalen Hurts suffered a shoulder injury in Week 15 against the Bears forcing him to miss the next two games. Hurts returned against the Giants in Week 18 to help his club clinch the #1 playoff seed. After the game Eagles’ head coach Nick Sirianni told the media “Jalen was in a lot of pain” after the game. Hurts was not on the Eagles’ injury reports this week and is expected to be a full go for kickoff.
The other key piece the Eagles are hoping to get back healthy is all-pro right tackle Lane Johnson who missed the last two weeks of the season with a groin injury. Johnson was practicing the last two weeks, but was limited. He will play tonight.
According to The Action Network the Eagles are now up to an 8-point favorite against the Giants, and at a -375 moneyline.
Giants vs Eagles inactives:
Giants: Rodarius Williams (CB), Micah McFadden (LB), Wyatt Davis (G), Jack Anderson (G), Henry Mondeaux (DT)
Eagles: Ian Book (QB), Trey Sermon (RB), Avonte Maddox (CB), Anthony Harris (S), Kyron Johnson (LB), Josh Sills (OL)
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Giants vs Eagles live streams in the US
The game starts at 8:15 p.m. ET / 5:15 p.m. PT tonight (Jan. 21)
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The Giants vs Eagles live stream starts at 1:15 a.m. GMT Sunday.
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