NFL: Philadelphia 40, New York Giants 17

Nov. 1, 2009 at 5:37 PM
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PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 1 (UPI) -- Donovan McNabb passed for three touchdowns Sunday and the Philadelphia Eagles rolled over the New York Giants 40-17.

The Eagles (5-2) jumped to an early lead and had a 30-7 advantage at the half.

McNabb completed 17-of-23 passes. His TD strikes were for 18 yards to Brent Celek, 54 yards to DeSean Jackson and 23 yards to Jeremy Maclin.

LeSean McCoy ran 66 yards for a touchdown and Leonard Weaver ran 41 for another score for the Eagles.

Eli Manning passed 18 yards to Kevin Boss for a touchdown and Ahmad Bradshaw ran for a 1-yard TD for the Giants (5-3), who have lost three straight games.

Manning completed 20-of-39 passes and was picked off twice.

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