Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants: Odds, injuries, TV, radio, prediction
Here’s your official guide for the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants in Week 14. We’re talking odds, injuries, television, radio, and a prediction.
Think about this for a second. The Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants are about to meet again for a football game. Rookie signal-caller Daniel Jones is out due to injury, and Eli Manning is back in the spotlight. For his career, Manning boasts a 116-116 win-loss total.
Keep in mind the fact that Jones could be back in Week 15. Isn’t it ironic that the final game that could place Eli’s win-loss record a game above or below a career .500 mark is being played in Philly versus the Eagles? Ironic, isn’t it?
Here’s a preview of the ‘Birds’ and their rivals in blue, courtesy of the NFL’s official YouTube channel.
Here’s how both teams’ injury reports and the odds looked as of 7 P.M. EST on Saturday night.
As of Saturday night, the odds look like this according to The Action Network. The Eagles are 9.5-point favorites. The Over/under is 45.5 points. The Moneyline is -440 for Philadelphia and +350 for New York. Philly’s injury report looks like this.
Here’s an update on what’s going on with the ‘G Men’.
Here’s the forecast, how you access the game, and a prediction.
Date: Monday, December 9th, 2019
Start Time: 8:15 p.m. EST
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Venue and weather: Lincoln Financial Field, rain and a 58° temperature is expected at kickoff.
TV: This one is nationally televised and live on ESPN. Watch on ESPN + (subscription required) or on the ESPN app, though you’re probably not going to be able to access any ESPN game content on mobile devices or tablets. You can watch the replay on the NFL Network (time to be determined) or on NFL Game Pass, where a subscription is required.
Online Stream: You also have the option of watching on Playstation Vue, HULU Live TV, fuboTV, and YouTube TV.
The ESPN broadcast: The call for this one on ESPN is being handled by Joe Tessitore, Booger McFarland, and Lisa Salters on the field. The referee is Scott Novak, and the Eagles are 2-2 in the four games that he’s been the presiding official.
Local Radio and National Radio outlets: If you’re unable to watch the game live, you can always tune into SportsRadio 94 WIP-FM or listen on PhiladelphiaEagles.com‘s desktop version. As always, Merrill Reese, Eagles legend Mike Quick, and Howard Eskin will be calling the game.
You can also listen via the Giants Radio Network or on SiriusXM. Tune to SIRIUS 83 or XM channel 226 if you’re an Eagles fan. Tune to SIRIUS channel 81 or XM channel 225 if you’re riding with the Giants. ITI’s prediction: Birds: 34, Giants 17