Here is Domo's report card for the Eagles-Giants game. You can give your grades by clicking here.


LeSean McCoy finally got untracked. He notched his first 100-yard rushing game of the season. Darren Sproles had a 15-yard touchdown run. McCoy came into the game averaging just 2.3 yards per carry out of two-tight end sets, and gained 30 on his first two carries out of that set.

Grade: A-plus


Nick Foles had two really bad-looking interceptions and very nearly had a third. Tight ends Zach Ertz and James Casey both had first-half touchdown catches. Riley Cooper had five catches in the first half.

Grade: B


The Eagles' front seven dominated the Giants' offensive line and shut down running back Andre Williams, holding him to 25 yards on 10 carries in the first half.

Grade: A-plus


The Eagles' pass rush sacked Eli Manning five times in the first half, including a pair by red-hot Connor Barwin. Barwin added another in the second half. When Manning did have time, the Eagles' defensive backs usually had good coverage.

Grade: A


Darren Sproles had a 43-yard punt return, helped by a big block by Trey Burton. Chris Maragos partially blocked a Steve Weatherford punt. Cody Parkey hit both of his first-half field-goal attempts, including a 45-yarder.

Grade: A-plus


Coordinator Bill Davis had an excellent defensive gameplan against red-hot Eli Manning. The Eagles' two biggest defensive concerns — their pass rush and starting corners — both had good games. LeSean McCoy badly needed a big performance going into the bye and got it.

Grade: A

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