Sportsbash Friday: A Full Eagles & Giants Preview, Kenny Albert Calls in
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Here is today’s show: Friday October 25th 2013
ESPN.com covering the Giants called in for an Outside View on this Sunday's game at the Linc. Graz talked about the struggles the Eagles have experienced at home since last season. Graz also talks about the Giants and the lack of running game the team has, Peyton Hillis is expected to start the second straight game for them on Sunday. Also about the struggles of Eli Manning and why it's been a struggle for him this season with the team 1-6. Follow Graziano on Twitter.
Our injury expert Joe DeRosa goes over a list of injuries this week in the world of sports.
Joins us every Monday and Friday on the Eagles. Today Brooks takes a look at the Giants game on Friday. Brooks believes the Giants are just not a good team right now and the Eagles should beat this team easily. Brooks also talked about the hamstring injury of Mike Vick saying that he needs to learn to play with it because it's just not going to go away anytime soon. Brooks cautions that once Eli Manning gets going, his receivers can play the game and they've gotten to the Eagles in the past. Follow Brooks on Twitter
Fine 5/Ugly 5
Mike & Todd with their 5 best and 5 worst teams in the NFL through Week 7 of the NFL season.
6-Pack of Picks
Will call the game for FOX on Sunday, Albert called in at 4:05 to talk about the game. Albert talked about the wide receivers of the Giants in Hakeem Nicks and Victor Cruz saying that Nicks had a huge game against the Eagles a few weeks back, but has had his struggles and he will be under scrutiny on Sunday. Albert talked about Eli Manning and his struggles saying that he does have a lot of equity built up in his two Super Bowls, but has thrown 15 INTs this year. Follow Kenny Albert on Twitter.
5 Keys to the Game
1. Quick Start
2. LeSean McCoy
3. Pressure and Capitalize on Eli Manning
4. Birds Offensive Line Play
5. Mike Vick