Who saw this coming? Vince Young and the Sleep Team Eagles pushing around the G-Men on the road? Believe your eyes, it happened. And here's how.
Vince Young does his part
Sure, he threw three ugly interceptions, but in the end, who cares? He took the Eagles on a 16-play, 80-yard march for the winning touchdown, chewing up almost nine minutes in the process. Did he save Philly's season? We'll have to wait and see.
Defense finally makes an appearance
Philly defensive coordinator Juan Castillo has taken a lot of heat for his squad's bumbling tendencies in 2011. You wouldn't have guessed that after watching the Eagles bottle up the Giants' running game. Brandon Jacobs was never able to break off a long run and New York QB Eli Manning never looked comfortable in the pocket. Bravo.
DeSean is back
Nothing like a few clutch catches to erase bad memories, right? After being forced to sit in Week 10 for missing a team meeting, Jackson returned and pulled in a team-leading six passes for 88 yards, including a long of 32. Welcome back, D.
Is it the hair? It doesn't matter. The Eagles didn't have injured WR Jeremy Maclin in the lineup, but ex-Gator Riley Cooper is the man of the hour for pulling in the winning 8-yard TD pass from Vince Young. Signed, sealed and delivered.
Eli's non-elite moment
Hmmm, has a hole been poked in Manning's big claim? With the Giants moving down the field for a potential game-tying touchdown, Eli committed a big blunder (he hasn't had many this season) when he was hit from behind and put the ball on the rug. A horrible ending to a messed-up night for the G-Men.