NY Giants vs. Eagles Time, Location, Streaming, Odds & More: Everything you need to know

Will the G-Men be able to stun the Eagles on Sunday?

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It's hard to believe, but the 2023 season finale is on the way for the NY Giants on Sunday going up against the Philadelphia Eagles. The Giants went 0-3 against Philly last season and they're hoping to avoid another season sweep in '24.

In order to prevent that from happening, Brian Daboll and Co. will need to find a way to come out on top at MetLife Stadium this weekend. Will the Giants be able to get the job done? In this piece, we've got you covered with everything you need to know ahead of kickoff.

What time is the NY Giants vs. Eagles game? 

This will be a bit of a late kickoff for the Giants vs. Eagles, as things are set to get started at 4:25 p.m. ET at MetLife Stadium. There's supposed to be rain and snow on Saturday, but luckily it looks like it will just be cloudy on Sunday.

How to watch the NY Giants vs. Eagles

You can catch the action via your local CBS affiliate. Streams of the contest will be available via Paramount +, YouTube+, YouTube Premium, fubo.TV and more. 

How to listen to the Giants vs. Eagles game in Week 18

TV of course isn't the only way for you to follow the action from start to finish, as you can also stay caught up via the radio. Options include WFAN in New York on 660AM and 101.9 FM.

NY Giants vs. Eagles betting odds

To no surprise, the Eagles are 5.5-point favorites for this one, also holding -240 moneyline odds to take down the G-Men in East Rutherford. It remains to be seen if the Philly starters will take the field, but regardless the oddsmakers think the Eagles will close the campaign out with a victory.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

NY Giants injury report for Week 18 vs. Eagles

Safety Jason Pinnock unfortunately won't be able to play this weekend due to a toe injury. Both John Michael Schmitz and Deonte Banks have missed time this week at practice, but it's looking like they'll be questionable for Sunday.

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