Sunday's 28-point rally resulted in the Eagles' fourth come-from-behind victory in their last five games, including two against the Giants. They outscored their opponents, 79-21, in the fourth quarter in those games.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Sunday's comeback was the ninth time in NFL history - and the first time for the Eagles - that a team trailed by 21 points in the fourth quarter and won.

Largest comebacks in Eagles history

24 points, Oct. 25, 1959: Trailing by 24-0 in the third quarter, the Birds scored 28 straight points to beat the host Chicago Cardinals, 28-24, at Metropolitan Stadium.

24 points, October 27, 1946: Trailing by 24-0 at halftime, the Eagles scored 28 straight points to beat the host Washington Redskins, 28-24, at Griffith Stadium.

Largest regular-season comebacks in NFL history

28 points, Dec. 7, 1980: Trailing by 35-7 at halftime, the 49ers scored 31 straight points to beat the Saints, 38-35, in overtime.

26 points, Sept. 21, 1997: Trailing by 26-0 in the second quarter, the Bills scored 37 points to beat the Colts, 37-35.

25 points, Nov. 8, 1987: Trailing by 28-3 in the third quarter, the Cardinals scored 28 straight points in the fourth period to beat the Buccaneers, 31-28.

Largest postseason comeback in NFL history

32 points, Jan. 3, 1993, AFC first-round game: Trailing by 35-3 in the third quarter, the Bills scored 38 points to beat the Oilers, 41-38, in overtime.