Giants Blow Fourth-Quarter Lead, Lose To Eagles, 22-21

Turning what should have been certain victory into utter despair and failure, the Giants did everything wrong down the stretch at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

The Eagles have moved to 2-4-1 on the season after rallying to defeat the New York Giants 22-21. After New York gave its best punch of the night — a 97-yard touchdown drive headlined by Daniel Jones — to go up 21-10 with just over six minutes to play, Philadelphia scored 12 unanswered points to earn the win.

Carson Wentz led a 71-yard touchdown drive to give the Eagles to the lead with just 40 seconds to play after connecting with running back Boston Scott on an 18-yard reception.

Along with the comeback, he finished his night with 359 yards passing, two touchdowns and one interception while completing passes to eight different Eagles receivers. He also ran for 15 yards and a touchdown. As for the Giants, they mustered just 325 yards of offense and struggled to protect Daniel Jones throughout the game.