Odell Beckham Jr. Celebrates A Pair Of Touchdowns By Peeing And Protesting

Posted September 25, 2017

A win over the Giants Sunday and the Eagles would be the team to beat in the division.

Elliott missed his first kick of the night: a 52-yarder earlier in the third.

Rasul Douglas showed he belonged on an National Football League roster - after not dressing in the first game the big rookie cornerback snagged a huge interception just inside the goal line on a deep Manning pass in the second quarter.

In the fourth the Giants finally found paydirt on an 18-yard touchdown toss to Beckham and added insult to injury as Zach Ertz fumbled fighting for yardage to set up another touchdown pass to Beckham, tying things at 14.

Those hopes were seemingly dashed when Carson Wentz was pressured on first down and ultimately threw a pass out of bounds.

Beckham received a 15-yard penalty for his imitation of a dog, but it was well worth it.

The winless New York Giants head to the City of Brotherly Love looking to get on track against the rival Philadelphia Eagles.

2015: A one-point loss at Dallas and four-point loss at home against the Falcons began a season when the Giants could not hold onto fourth quarter leads. You've just got to believe that going through tough times will make you stronger. These days, that looks like the Eagles have more potential in that regard. Darby is easily the Eagles' best corner and would have been the best option to cover Giants star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. The offensive line is a train wreck, circumventing any potential progress for the passing game or the rushing attack.

The first two drives showcased the Eagles' offensive line problems, as each saw Wentz get sacked, a short run on second and long and eventually a three-and-out. The Jaguars led 23-0 at halftime.

Later in the third, the Giants managed to work their way inside the red zone but the defense was once again able to build a wall.

Still, the Giants feel personnel execution, as well as continuing to scheme unpredictability for defenses, is what will ultimately get the offense moving in the right direction.

The fullback the Giants had to have was left on the sideline. His touchdown tied the game at 14 with 10 minutes to go. He had 52 catches for 427 yards and two touchdowns a year ago.

The Eagles answered back. In addition to being the leading rusher, he had two receptions for 30 yards against the Chiefs.

Safety Malcolm Jenkins was later called for a defensive pass interference call against Beckham that positioned the Giants at the Philadelphia 26. "I think with him he's going to keep to keep growing, and they're going to keep working on him, that's why they keep putting him out there, but this week, we're going to plan for him, and we're going to do what we do".

This gave the Eagles the ball at their own 38 with 13 seconds to go.