Carson Wentz

UP - The rookie quarterback hadn't missed a snap all season until he left in the third quarter. Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon tossed him to the ground and drew an unnecessary roughness penalty. Wentz, of course, would return.

Doug Pederson

UP - He continued to have his players competing until the final whistle, but Pederson was once again burned on a fourth down call against the Giants. The Eagles coach went for it from the 1-yard line, but Mathews ran into a wall.

Chase Daniel

UP - The backup quarterback jumped in for Wentz and took his first snaps of the season. He drove the Eagles to the 1-yard line, once connecting with Ryan Matthews on a nifty 16-yard shovel pass.

Malcolm Jenkins

UP - He had his second pick six of the season and the fourth of his Eagles career when he jumped an Eli Manning first quarter pass. Jenkins ran 34 yards the other way and the Eagles had a 14-0 lead. He added a second in the fourth quarter.

Nelson Agholor

UP - OK, so he had another drop -- a hit-him-in-the-hands-no-one-anywhere-in-the-vicinity drop. But Agholor did break loose for a 40-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter. Yeah, sure, the Giants blew their coverage, but it was his first touchdown catch since Week 1 and the longest for an Eagle receiver since last season.

Darren Sproles

UP - It didn't take long for the Eagles running back to shake off any cobwebs that may have lingered after he suffered a concussion two weeks ago. Sproles motored 25 yards for the opening score.

Lane Johnson

UP - He returned after a 10-game suspension and Pederson fittingly called for a run his side on the first play. Ryan Mathews picked up 17 yards on the carry. And then later on the drive, Sproles ran behind Johnson on his touchdown tote.

Leodis McKelvin

DOWN - The cornerback's days in Philly are nearing a merciful end. McKelvin got beat on two long fades in the first half and would have likely allowed a touchdown to Sterling Shepherd had Manning not underthrown his receiver.

Brandon Graham

UP - His efforts haven't been rewarded with a lot of sacks, but who cares? Graham consistently brings it and he was pressuring Manning for almost the entire game.

Jason Peters

SIDEWAYS - The Eagles left tackle matched up against Vernon and kept the defensive end in check for most of the game. Peters earned another deserved Pro Bowl nod and appears to be open to returning for a 15th season. He did have a league-leading tenth false start at a costly moment in the third quarter.

Stefen Wisniewksi

DOWN - He was called upon once more when left guard Allen Barbre left with a hamstring stain, but Wisniewski had an up-and-down evening.

Brent Celek

UP - The veteran tight end has been relegated to a reserve role, but Celek had his most catches in a game this season.