September 30, 2012; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy (25) runs for a gain against the New York Giants during second quarter action at Lincoln Financial Field. Mandatory Credit: Jeffrey G. Pittenger-US PRESSWIRE

Morning Headlines: Eagles top Giants, & Colts Coach Chuck Pagano to miss Games with Leukemia

 

 

The Eagles have been one of the more exciting teams in football this year, winning all three of their games by a combined four points, and they did it again Sunday night, as they rallied past the Giants with more late-game magic to squeak out a 19-17 victory. A redzone INT by Eli Manning and a missed 54-yard field goal with 6 seconds left doomed the Giants, who took the lead

Eagles RB LeSean McCoy lead the way with 23 carries for 123 yards while Michael Vick completed 19/30 passes for 241 yards and a TD. Eli Manning completed 24/42 passes for 309 yards, two touchdowns and an INT.

 

Colt Head Coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with Leukemia and will miss the next few games, at least. Arians will be interim. Colts owner Jim Irsay confirms Bruce Arians will take over as interim coach for Chuck Pagano, and says he was Pagano’s pick.

 

The Titans believe QB Jake Locker’s left shoulder separation is worse than the first initial dislocation he suffered in Week 1. He’ll have an MRI today.

 

Rookie sensation Robert Griffin III went 26/35 passing for 323 yards and had 43 rushing yards and no turnovers as the Redskins rallied to top the Buccaneers on a late field goal.

 

Jets WR Santonio Holmes suffered a serious foot injury in the teams’ loss to the 49ers on Sunday, and it may be one that keeps him out for a significant amount of time.

 

Broncos starting center J.D. Walton is likely out for the season after breaking his ankle in Sunday’s 37-6 win over the Raiders.

 

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