Defense dominated early and the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles were scoreless after the first quarter on Sunday night.
Eli Manning completed just 4 of 11 passes for 35 yards. Michael Vick had a better start, going 5 for 9 for 72 yards.
The defending Super Bowl champion Giants (2-1) have struggled against the Eagles (2-1) in this NFC East rivalry, losing seven of the last eight meetings.
Hoping to establish the run, the Eagles had no success giving the ball to All-Pro LeSean McCoy. He had three carries for 4 yards.
A penalty cost the Giants an opportunity inside the red zone. Left tackle Will Beatty, starting because David Diehl is injured, was called for holding to negate a 38-yard catch by Martellus Bennett to the Eagles 11.
Vick connected with DeSean Jackson for 32 yards on third-and-11 to get Philadelphia's only first down in the first two possessions.
Jackson made an 11-yard catch on the next drive, getting the call after a review overturned an incompletion. Vick ...