The New York Giants (2-10) will look to end an eight-game losing streak, the franchise's longest stretch without a win since 2004, when they hit the road to take on the Philadelphia Eagles (5-7) at Lincoln Financial Field on Monday night. The Week 14 matchup represents the first of two December meetings between the NFC East rivals. The Eagles come to MetLife Stadium to face the Giants in the regular season finale in Week 17.
The Eagles are coming off a tough road loss to Miami, as they fell to the Dolphins, 37-31, handing Miami their third win of the season. Philadelphia has now lost three consecutive games, and prior to Sunday, the Eagles offense had failed to top 10 points in its previous two losses. Despite the recent losing streak, Philadelphia still sits just one game behind the Dallas Cowboys for the lead in the NFC East.
Here are five storylines to follow ahead of Week 14 and the rest of the Giants' season:
Daniel Jones has moderate high ankle sprain; Eli Manning very likely to start on Monday
Daniel Jones is in a walking boot and is not practicing Wednesday. Coach Shurmur says he has a moderate high ankle sprain. Eli Manning very likely to start on Monday in Philadelphia. Stay with Giants.com and Giants App for more updates.
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