Monday, November 21, 2005

AN END TO A RIVALRY DROUGHT

New York has finally ended rivalry drought against NFC East rival Philly. The Giants are leading the NFC East by 20-17. It is an important milestone for a team that hadn't defeated its NFC East arch-rival in the last four meetings. The victory also helped the Giants (7-3) surpass their 2004 win total and remain tied atop the division with Dallas, which defeated Detroit. With third-string quarterback Mike McMahon playing a gutsy game in place of injured Donovan McNabb, the Eagles (4-6) trailed 20-17 in the fourth quarter after McMahon's 1-yard touchdown run.

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