When was the last time the New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles?

December 6, 2019 Off By idswater

When was the last time the New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles?

Nov. 6, 2016
The last time the Giants beat the Eagles was Nov. 6, 2016 at MetLife Stadium.

When does the NFL schedule come out for 2021?

Based on historical trends and most recent info, the NFL schedule release 2021 date will likely be Wednesday, May 12 at 7:30 p.m ET. Week 1 games will be announced that morning.

When was the last Monday Night Football game?

That game address link is NFL Monday Night Football: Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings (1983).

What was the score of Monday Night Football in 1970?

The October 8 game ended in dramatic fashion as Redskins safety Ken Houston stopped Cowboy running back Walt Garrison at the Washington one-yard-line as time expired to preserve a 14–7 Redskins victory. The Minnesota Vikings entered the November 19 game in Atlanta with a spotless 9–0 record, but left with their first loss.

When is the first game of the 2020 NFL season?

The first game of the 2020 NFL season will be on September 10. The 2019 NFL schedule featured four games in London and one game in Mexico City. Here’s the breakdown: The 2020 NFL International Schedule will likely feature a similar breakdown of games in London as well as a game in Mexico.

What was the name of the NFL season in 1970?

The 1970 NFL season was the 51st regular season of the National Football League, and the first one after the AFL–NFL merger. The season concluded with Super Bowl V when the Baltimore Colts beat the Dallas Cowboys 16–13 at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida. The Pro Bowl took place on January 24, 1971,…

When did the NFL start Monday Night Football?

Meanwhile, with the debut of Monday Night Football on ABC September 21, 1970, the league became the first professional sports league in the United States to have a regular series of nationally televised games in prime-time, and the only league ever to have its games televised on all of the then-three major broadcast networks at the same time.

How many teams were in the NFC in 1970?

The two Eastern divisions had five teams; the other four divisions had four teams each. The realignment discussions for the NFC were so contentious that one final plan, out of five of them, was selected from an envelope in a vase by Commissioner Pete Rozelle’s secretary, Thelma Elkjer on January 16, 1970. The format agreed on was as follows:

Where did the NFL teams go before the merger?

This arrangement would keep most of the pre-merger NFL teams in the NFC and the AFL teams in the AFC. Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Baltimore were placed in the AFC in order to balance it out, while the NFC equalized the competitive strength of its East and West divisions rather than sorting out teams just geographically.