Eagles vs. Giants 2014 live stream: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online
Philadelphia aims to rebound after a pair of divisional defeats while New York looks to finish strong.
The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles meet on Sunday, with nothing but pride and an intense rivalry on the line. Philadelphia blew any chance of making the playoffs last weekend with a devastating loss to Washington at FedEx Field. New York has long been out of the postseason mix, but has won three straight to improve its mark to 6-9.
For the Giants, the major question moving forward is the head coach. Does this late-season surge help Tom Coughlin keep his job, or is it time for New York to go in a new direction? Coughlin has been a mainstay for the Giants, winning two Super Bowls during his 11-year tenure.
On the field, Odell Beckham Jr. has kept New York fans thrilled even in a dark season. Beckham is proving not only to be a great rookie, but an elite receiver in general. The first-round pick out of LSU missed the first four games of the season with a hamstring injury but still has 79 catches for 1,120 yards and 11 touchdowns. Beckham has three consecutive 100-yard games, including six touchdowns over that span.
In Philadelphia, the Eagles will miss the playoffs after winning the NFC East in 2013. Philadelphia was in first place going into Week 15 before losing at home to the Dallas Cowboys, 38-27.
The Eagles have struggled to find consistency at quarterback this season, watching Nick Foles and Mark Sanchez play erratically. Foles was mediocre after throwing for 27 touchdowns and two interceptions last year, before breaking his clavicle in Week 9. Sanchez has been a turnover-machine since taking the helm, leading the NFL in that category with 10 interceptions and seven fumbles. Philadelphia will start Sanchez in the finale, hoping he can pull out a win in his old haunt of MetLife Stadium.
How to Watch
Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.
When: 1 p.m. ET
Announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
For more on the Eagles, check out Bleeding Green Nation.
To keep up with the Giants, head over to Big Blue View.