Flashback Friday: Eagles bounce Giants from NFC Playoffs in 2008

When the Philadelphia Eagles (13-3) play the New York Giants (9-6-1) at Lincoln Financial Field, the NFC East championship is still on the line.

If the Eagles triumph, they will not only win the NFC East but also the top seed in the NFC and a bye in the opening round of the NFL playoffs.

Additionally, Philadelphia will maintain the NFC's trend of never having a repeat division champion.

In the event that the Giants triumph in this match and Dallas defeats Washington on Sunday,

The division will be won by the Cowboys. As they won the NFC East in 2021, that would put an end to the streak.

The Eagles have won the NFC East title eight times, while Dallas has won six times since the NFL reconfigured in 2002.

By pulling off an incredible upset on Sunday, the Giants can thwart the Eagles' hopes of winning that division.

It would be retaliation for the Giants being victimised by the Eagles for many years in a row.

With a 12-4 record, the Giants held the top NFC seed in 2008. the round of the divisional playoffs,