The Giants took care of business in Philly earlier in the season. The Eagles made sure they didn’t let the Giants sweep the season series with a 17-10 win. The Philly front seven played absolutely stifling run defense, holding the Giants to only 29 yards on the ground. The Eagle pass rush kept Eli Manning off balance all-night, as Manning posted his worst completion percentage (18 of 35) to date.

Playing without Michael Vick, most Giant fans were ready to put this one in the books and move forward. However, the resurgent Vince Young capped another winning drive ending with a score to Riley Cooper. The Eagles played without Jeremy Maclin and DeSean Jackson for a half, so Young was throwing to players has he worked extensively with at practice. Young did throw three interceptions, one to rookie, Prince Amukamara, who made his professional debut. But the Giant offense just really couldn’t get anything good.

Victor Cruz had his fourth straight game with at least 84 yards as he went for 128 and a score. Cruz kept slipping behind the vastly over-rated, Nnamdi Asoughma for big gains.

With the loss and Dallas win, the Giants (6-4) lost their grip on the NFC East lead and currently sit outside the NFC East playoffs. The Giants still play Dallas twice, but things are going to get much tough when the team heads to New Orleans to play the Saints on Monday night. Buckle up, it’s going to be a bumpy ride.