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New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles – FOX, 1:00 PM
Manning not benefitting from play action
Eli Manning has the second-worst differential in passer rating from play action (84.9) versus non-play action (99.5).
Giants offensive line not helping
The Giants offensive line has been incredibly weak in pass-protection and has allowed pressure on a staggering 32.7% of passing plays – the fourth-worst mark in the NFL.
You don't know what you got 'til it's gone
The Giants run defense is missing Damon Harrison. Without him in the lineup, teams are averaging almost a yard more per run play.
Getting burned on in-breaking routes
The Giants defense is one of the worst units in the league at defending in-breaking routes.
Wentz excelling through play action
Unlike Manning, Carson Wentz has been excellent on his play-action attempts this year. His completion percentage on such passes ranks first among signal-callers, while his passer rating ranks ninth.
Wentz the favorite target
Zach Ertz has been the Eagles' go-to guy in every situation this year. His 101 targets are the most among tight ends this season.
Cox's pass-rush dominance
Fletcher Cox has racked up the second-highest pressure rate among interior defensive linemen.
Graham doing it again
Brandon Graham has been his usual, excellent self again this year. He's produced pressure on 14.7% of his pass-rushing snaps – the sixth-best mark among edge defenders.