3 Philadelphia Eagles that shined against the Giants on TNF

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – OCTOBER 11: Eli Manning #10 of the New York Giants is sacked by Nigel Bradham #53 of the Philadelphia Eagles during the fourth quarter at MetLife Stadium on October 11, 2018 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Eagles defeated the Giants 34-13. (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images)

With a big win over the New York Giants, which three Philadelphia Eagles put on an MVP worthy performance?

Are the Philadelphia Eagles officially back? It sure looked like it after a dominant divisional win on the road against the New York Giants. Despite all of the injuries that occurred in such a short time span this week, somehow the Eagles overcame all of the obstacles and pulled off their biggest win so far in the 2018 season.

It was a fast start by both, the offense and the defense and they never seemed to take their foot off of the gas. Granted, the New York Giants aren’t necessarily having a championship season, but it sure looks like the Eagles officially broke them on Thursday Night Football.

It was a 34-13 blowout at MetLife Stadium on Thursday. And if anybody had any doubts about the Eagles ability to bounce back in 2018, they have been reassured that this team can still go places. Now, the biggest worry is whether the Eagles can get back to being as healthy as possible or not moving forward.

They suffered a few critical injuries with Jason Peters, Lane Johnson, and Sidney Jones. With a long wait time for the next game, there should be enough time to get fully prepared for a tough NFC matchup against the Carolina Panthers at the Linc next week.

For now, though, let’s continue living in Thursday night’s victory. The Eagles finally got their swagger back, and football is fun again in Philly. So, after the big win, which three players put on MVP caliber performances?

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