Coming off a hard-fought 36-21 win over the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium, the 2-3 Eagles must use their performance as a building block as they look ahead to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But first, treat yourself and relive all the exciting action from Sunday's game. EaglesLive! will air at 12 PM.
For the first time this season, the Eagles dominated the fourth quarter and finished strong.
Nick Foles entered the game in relief of an injured Michael Vick and was able to help lead the Eagles to victory.
DeSean Jackson bounced back from two quiet games with a monster performance at his favorite venue.
Alex Henery rebounded in a big way after three straight games with a miss, going a perfect five-for-five on field goals against the Giants.
The defense came alive in the fourth quarter, intercepting Eli Manning on three straight drives en route to setting up the Eagles' final two touchdowns.
Chip Kelly ensured in his post-game press conference that there will be no quarterback controversy in Philadelphia.
Vick said his hamstring was "a little sore" after the game and his status is uncertain for next week.
Sunday's win brings the Eagles confidence and ties them atop the NFC East.
Analyzing Eagles players' snap counts from the game against the Giants.
Brandon Boykin blanketed Victor Cruz all game and made spectacular fourth-quarter interception, in which he ripped the ball away from Cruz as he was lying on the turf.
The Eagles defense took steps forward and stepped up when it needed to.
Handing out 10 awards from the Eagles-Giants game.
The Eagles still have to improve their red zone offense, which stalled again on numerous occasions, especialy in the first half.