Here is Paul Domowitch's report card for the Eagles-Giants game. Click here to send in your own grades.

RUSHING OFFENSE

Ryan Mathews picked up Thursday night where he left off Sunday against the Ravens. He opened the game with a 17-yard run. Darren Sproles had a 25-yard TD run. RT Lane Johnson was a factor in both runs. Sproles finished with 40 yards on 7 carries.

GRADE: B-plus

PASSING OFFENSE

Nelson Agholor dropped a pass on the Eagles' second possession, but redeemed himself in the second quarter with a 40-yard touchdown catch.

GRADE: B

RUN DEFENSE

Eagles gave up a 20-yard cutback run to rookie Paul Perkins in the first quarter, but for the most part, did a good job against the Giants' run game.

GRADE: B-plus

PASS DEFENSE

Malcolm Jenkins had two interceptions, including one that he returned for a 34-yard touchdown. He got beat by Giants slot receiver Sterling Shepard for a 13-yard TD pass late in the first half.

GRADE: B

SPECIAL TEAMS

Eagles coverage teams shut down Giants returner Dwayne Harris. Caleb Sturgis had a 41-yard field goal.

GRADE: A

OVERALL

The Eagles' defense gave up a lot of yards to Eli Manning and his receivers, but allowed just one touchdown and picked Manning off three times. The game may not have meant anything as far as the Eagles' playoff hopes, but they made sure the Giants didn't clinch a postseason berth on their turf.

GRADE: A

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