Will there be a Christmas miracle on the way for the NY Giants on Monday when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles? That's what everyone is hoping for, as the G-Men will head to Lincoln Financial Field for what fans are hoping will be a close contest.
The Eagles owned play against New York last season, going 2-0 during the regular season and then dominated Big Blue in the Divisional Round. Brian Daboll and Co. have revenge on their minds, but it surely won't be easy. In this piece, we have everything you need to know to get you ready for the action.
What time is the NY Giants vs. Eagles game?
This one will be a late afternoon showdown for you to enjoy, as the Giants and Eagles are set to face off at 4:30 p.m. ET.
How to watch the NY Giants vs. Eagles
You can catch the action via your local FOX affiliate. Streams of the contest will be available via the FOX Sports app, YouTube+, YouTube Premium, fubo.TV and more.
How to listen to the Giants vs. Eagles game in Week 16
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
Philly is expected to cruise to a victory in this one, as the oddsmakers have placed the Eagles as 13.5-point favorites. The Giants have won three of four games, and the Eagles have lost three in a row, but the expectation is Jalen Hurts will have no issues slicing up Wink Martindale's defense.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.
Latest NY Giants injury updates vs. the Eagles
There's good and bad news on the injury front. Starting with the positive, Dexter Lawrence could play in this one, as he's been labeled as questionable for the showdown. Lawrence has been dealing with a bum hamstring in recent weeks. Rakeem Nunez-Roches is also questionable.
However, both Evan Neal and A'Shawn Robinson have been ruled out. Neal hasn't been able to get back on the field due to an ankle issue, which is disappointing. It's been a season to forget for the former No. 7 overall pick.