The Eagles vs Giants live streams and blogs were set on fire within minutes. Yet the sight of the Eagles vs Giants live developments had to be seen to be believed by the end. For the vast majority of the afternoon, it
appeared to be a relatively ordinary blowout win for New York. The home team had shut down Michael Vick and run up the score to 31-10, with just under eight minutes left. But for those who didn't see the end of the Eagles vs Giants live, the final score was barely more unbelievable than it was to those who watched.
Once New York went up 31-10, even Philadelphia fans likely turned the game off. But once they did, Vick got off a long touchdown pass to Brent Celek, to make it 31-17. That didn't make a New York win less likely, however - although a successful onside kick in the next play did.
From then on in, the Eagles vs Giants live finish became the most improbable of the NFL season. Vick quickly led another drive downfield, and capped it off with a touchdown run. But when New York got two first downs on their next drive, the game finally appeared over. Yet the struggling Philadelphia defense actually got a stop to get the ball back.
With over three minutes left, and 88 yards to go, Vick was faced with a quick third-and-long. However, two long runs by Vick got Philadelphia back in the red zone, and a touchdown pass to Jeremy Maclin evened the score. Still, New York had three timeouts and over a minute left to work with.
After a three and out, however, the game would enter the realm of legend. Those in Philadelphia who didn't see the end of the Eagles vs Giants live will still claim that they did years later - especially if DeSean Jackson's 65-yard punt return with no time left triggers a Super Bowl run.
As it stands, Jackson's runback, and the fact they even kicked to him in the first place, put Philadelphia in control of the NFC East. With only one more win, they will clinch the division, although they appeared destined to fight for the last wild card spot an hour earlier. Yet now that is the Giants' responsibility, unless they win the next two games, and the Eagles fall to two losing teams.
Those who saw the first 53 minutes of the Eagles vs Giants live couldn't image things ending like this. For all of Philadelphia's mistakes, and their run down defense, they still control their own destiny. And
for all of New York's early dominance, they could be fighting for their very lives if they don't bounce back quick.
Written By Rana G on Sunday, December 19, 2010 | 6:40 PM