Thanks to injuries, the New York Giants running game is causing the team to struggle against everyone in the NFL in 2013. They lost starting running back Andre Brown for at least half of the season before it ever began and ESPN reported on Oct. 26 that Brandon Jacobs, who they just brought back, is already hurt as well. Here is how you can follow the Giants vs. Eagles live stream and TV coverage of their game this weekend.
- Date: Oct. 27
- Time: 1 p.m. EST
- Location: Philadelphia
- TV: FOX
- Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, Game Rewind
Giants Player to Watch: Eli Manning
Eli Manning opened the season with 812 passing yards and five touchdowns in his first two games. However, he also had seven interceptions and those have caught up with him. He has had only one other 300 yard game this season and has 10 touchdowns to go with 15 interceptions on the year. Other than the lack of a running game, he is why the Giants are losing and he has to play better if they want to win.
Eagles Player to Watch: LeSean McCoy
The Eagles have one of the most prolific offenses in the NFL, even after the Dallas Cowboys held them down last week. While LeSean McCoy leads the NFL in rushing yards, he has only broke 100 yards three times and only has three rushing scores on the season. However, he is who needs to step up this week in order for the Eagles to jump out to the start they failed to accomplish last week.
The New York Giants have one win on the season, against a bad Minnesota Vikings team. The Eagles already beat them three weeks ago and there is no reason to think last week’s win will make the Giants a better team than they were the first time they met.