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Sports Report: NY Giants Fall To The Eagles In 27-0 Blowout


The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants 27-0 last night for their first shutout in 18 years. A rough night for the Giants got worse when wide receiver Victor Cruz tore the patellar tendon his right knee while leaping for a pass on fourth down from the Eagles 3 in the third quarter.

Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to a 37-22 win over the Buffalo Bills yesterday. Brady threw four touchdown passes and posted his 60th career 300-yard game. Brandon LaFell had two touchdown catches, and the Patriots' defense forced three turnovers that resulted in 13 points in the second quarter. The Patriots are now 4-2.

Peyton Manning threw three touchdown passes, leaving him two shy of Brett Favre's career mark, and the Denver Broncos beat the New York Jets 31-17 yesterday. The Jets had a chance to tie the game with less than a minute left, but after a sack put the ball at the 1, Geno Smith was intercepted by Aqib Talib, who returned it 22 yards for a touchdown.

Elsewhere in the NFL, Baltimore bested Tampa Bay 48-17, Carolina tied Cincinnati 37-37, Detroit topped Minnesota 17-3, Green Bay won against Miami 27-24, Tennessee defeated Jacksonville 16-14, San Diego beat Oakland 31-28, Cleveland blew out Pittsburgh 31-10, Chicago bested Atlanta 27-13, Dallas bested Seattle 30-23, and Arizona trumped Washington 30-20. Monday Night Football features San Francisco and St. Louis at 8:30.


The St. Louis Cardinals evened their NLCS series at a game apiece by rallying to beat the San Francisco Giants 5-4 on Kolten Wong's walkoff home run in the ninth. That followed solo homers by pinch-hitter Oscar Tavaras in the seventh and Matt Adams in the eighth. Game 3 is Tuesday in San Francisco.

The upstart Kansas City Royals return home Monday night to a raucous Kauffman Stadium as they try to take a 3-0 lead over Baltimore in the ALCS. Wei-Yin Chen, who was 16-10 in the regular season for the Orioles, tries to get Baltimore in the win column against Jeremy Guthrie, who was 13-11 in the 2014 campaign.


The Toronto Maple Leafs beat Henrik Lundqvist and New York to wreck the Rangers' home opener with a 6-3 victory last night. Phil Kessel, James van Riemsdyk and the rest of the Maple Leafs broke out of their scoring slumber with five goals in the second period.

Meanwhile Los Angeles beat Winnipeg 4-1.

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