Too crazy to categorize.
Too wild for words.
The Eagles played a sloppy first half, leaving all kinds of points scattered in the red zone. They blew a 16-3 lead in the third quarter and were losing by 17-16 in the fourth. It was a game where Michael Vick looked human, with the New York Giants hitting him early and often. It was a game where turnovers dotted the play-by-play sheet, and where referee Ron Winter spent an inordinate amount of time beneath the hood of the replay review machine, trying to decipher a couple of really close calls.
Along the way, Eagles cornerback Asante Samuel intercepted Giants quarterback Eli Manning twice -- give him four picks against the Manning brothers this season. And in the end, the Eagles won it, 27-17. With that, the Eagles' record is now 7-3 and they hold undisputed possession of first place in the NFC East. The Giants are now 6-4.