Eagles vs. Giants Location, Streaming, Odds & More: Everything you need to know for Week 18

Here are the particulars for the Eagles' regular-season finale versus the hated Giants.
Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles
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One more game, and for the Philadelphia Eagles, the regular season ends as it often does, with a game versus the New York Giants. Last year the same thing happened. Think back if you will. You might find some of what we're seeing is familiar.

In Week 18 last season, Philly was coming off of a home loss to a squad they're supposed to be better than (the New Orleans Saints). With one game remaining, our favorite team needed a tune-up. The same can be said about the current version.

The 11-5 Eagles have assured themselves of a postseason berth. A win versus their long-time rivals could assist in creating some momentum. Heck, anything would be helpful at this point. Keep one thing in mind though. The Giants would love to play the role of the spoilers.

Where is the Eagles and Giants game going to be played?

The Week 18 regular-season finale will be played at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Sure, the venue is a dump with a horrible playing surface, but we expect many Eagles fans to be in attendance.

When is the Eagles and Giants game?

The Eagles vs. Giants game kicks off at 4:25 p.m. EST. The Dallas Cowboys will simultaneously be playing the Washington Commanders. We should know who takes the NFC East's crown by about 7:30 p.m. EST.

Eagles and Giants odds, moneyline, and over/under for Week 17

At the time of this story's completion, our friends at FanDuel favored the Eagles by five points. The moneyline sat at -240 for the good guys on Tuesday morning, compared to +180 for Big Blue. The OVER/UNDER was at 41 points at that time.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

How to watch (or stream) the Eagles and Giants regular-season finale.

As always, we recommend our friends at FuboTV for viewing. Free trials are offered to their new subscribers.

Once this game wraps, you will be able to watch full and 45-minute re-airs on NFL Plus. Fingers are crossed for an Eagles win. Again, we need something to help us get excited about the postseason.

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