PHI: Mark Sanchez sums up the entire Eagles team: capable of playing at a high level, but mistake-prone at the worst possible times.
NYG: A solid year for Eli Manning with 29 touchdowns and 13 picks; in the last four games, Manning has thrown eight scores and just one INT.
PHI: Zach Ertz's 15 grabs on Saturday were a franchise high; Brent Celek contributes as a blocker more than he does a pass catcher.
NYG: Larry Donnell cooled after a dominant night against the Redskins, but is still a high-impact tight end that Manning favors.
NYG: William Beatty seems to be the only Giants lineman adept at pass-protection and run-blocking; the rest is a mixed bag.
PHI: Fletcher Cox is assured a Pro Bowl spot after a few guys bow out; Vinny Curry's penalties on Saturday underscore his hyperaggression.
NYG: Jason Pierre-Paul had himself a great year, but was surpassed in output by young Jonathan Hankins, who became a better pass rusher.
NYG: The pass-rushing from the linebacking corps is awful, with Jameel McClain only slightly passable; Mark Herzlich is great against the run.
PHI: Cody Parkey's two field goal misses put a small dent in a great rookie campaign; Sproles' aforementioned Pro Bowl bid stems from his punt returns.
NYG: Josh Brown is 20 of 22 for the season; Steve Weatherford remains one of the game's top punters with a 45.8 yard net average.
Statistics from Pro Football Focus were used to write this story.
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