The Eagles' defensive end was the best player on the field. It will be a crime if he's not picked for the NFC's Pro Bowl roster. Plus.
The Eagles' star running back had 203 total yards, which is more than four teams - St. Louis, Seattle, San Francisco and Dallas - had in games against the Giants this season. Plus.
The quarterback was efficient and turnover-free on a cold, blustery day, and that's all he needed to be. Plus.
The Eagles are still in playoff contention because the coach put together a game plan heavy on the run. Plus.
The much-maligned tight end picked a good week to have his best game of the season. Plus.
In case you hadn't heard, the Giants' star receiver shot himself in the leg and was arrested and suspended by the team last week. Maybe the entire episode will be a Broadway play someday. Minus.
What must Burress have been thinking when Hixon dropped a 50-yard pass that was right in his hands in the second quarter? Minus.
The Giants' middle linebacker was wanted for questioning after Westbrook beat him across the middle for a 40-yard touchdown catch in the fourth quarter. Minus.
The Eagles' strong safety was the extra man in the box against the run, and it made a huge difference. The Giants were held to under 100 yards rushing for just the third time this season. Plus.
He didn't look like the same back who ran over the Eagles at the Linc; he wasn't able to finish after he sprained his ankle midway through the third quarter. Minus.
His 51-yard field goal gave the Eagles the lead in the first quarter. It wasn't his fault two other kicks were blocked. Plus.
The Giants' left defensive end does so much more than rush the passer. It was his block of a 32-yard field-goal attempt at the end of the first half that gave New York the unexpected momentum going into the locker room. Plus.
The Giants quarterback didn't look so super. Minus.
He's the Jamie Moyer of punters. Plus.