Giants heading in right direction, end eight-game skid vs. Eagles

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Watch out. The New York Giants don’t even resemble the team that struggled badly early this season. Or even the team that had blown an 11-point lead in the final five minutes the first time they faced the Philadelphia Eagles last month.

First-year head coach Joe Judge seems to have them moving in the right direction. The Giants held on to an early 11-point lead on Sunday in a 27-17 victory over the Eagles that drew them even in the win column for the NFC East lead. The Giants ended an eight-game losing streak to Philadelphia dating back to the 2016 season.

The Giants (3-7) remain a full game back of Philadelphia (3-5-1) but, believe it or not, they have quickly become the sexy favorite to win the NFL’s worst division.

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