Reasons Eagles versus Giants is officially must-see television
Four reasons the Eagles and Giants may now battle for divisional superiority
We’re a long way from Week 14. Often, we’re told that peeking too far ahead is a bad idea, but that’s a team rule, isn’t it? Why do we say that so often?
The Eagles need to focus on the Pittsburgh Steelers when they return to work. None of the rest of us are required to abide by that rule, so even though a lot can change between now and December 11th, here’s a quick peek at the G-Men and a few reasons why they’re a part of two games we have to circle.
1. The Eagles start hot and cool off. The Giants start slow and heat up.
The Giants don’t have much of a receiving threat outside of Darius Slayton, but it hasn’t mattered. They’re finding ways to win, and lately, they’ve done so with some second-half heroics.
Both of these teams figure to be different versions of themselves by Week 14, but the Eagles start off hot and cool down. The Giants start off slow and catch fire. It could make for some late-game theatre, but again, let’s hope the Birds have cured their second-half struggles by this point of the season.