3 Keys to a Philadelphia Eagles win versus New York in Week 10

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Here’s how the Philadelphia Eagles start off the second half strong.

Buckle in. The bye week is over. The Philadelphia Eagles are heading into the second half of the season. After beating the New York Giants just a few weeks ago, these two rivals meet again on Sunday. Both teams have plenty to play for in this Week 10 matchup. If the G-Men can pull off the upset, they will be in the thick of the NFC East race. If the ‘Birds’ come out with the win, they will be in good shape heading into a difficult stretch.

These two teams always find a way to make this matchup interesting. The Week 7 game was proof of that once again with a Boston Scott game-winning touchdown. This came after the Eagles trailed 21-10 late in the fourth quarter. Philly is looking to make it nine straight wins versus New York. They always seem to get things right versus the Giants. In Week 7, Philly desperately needed to get things together and did it very late in the game. Coming off of a much-needed bye week, the Eagles will need to get things together again. That win versus the Dallas Cowboys before the bye was about as ugly as it can get.

Another battle with Daniel Jones and the Giants awaits. This Philadelphia Eagles team is getting healthier. Expect another close battle as usual with both teams needing this game. Let’s dive into what head coach Doug Pederson and his team need to do to start of the second half of the season on a good note.