Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants Tickets
|Sunday 8:20 PM||Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants Metlife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJ tickets from $140|
The Eagles at Giants tickets for this Sunday night are currently the hottest commodity for games in NFL Week 12. The average ticket price is currently over $241, a full 10% higher than the second most expensive ticket (Tampa Bay at Green Bay). Given the heavy NFC East divisional stakes in this game, the relatively surprising performances so far by both teams and a national broadcast from the country’s biggest metropolitan area, it’s no wonder that this Eagles-Giants matchup is seeing ticket demand rising fast.
Few people expected to see the New York Giants leading their division this late in the season and the Philadelphia Eagles struggling so mightily. After winning their season opener versus the disappointing Rams, the Eagles went into a four-game freefall that included a 13-point home defeat at the hands of the Giants in Week 3. Although Philadelphia managed to claw back toward .500 with back to back divisional wins versus Dallas and Washington, their latest two-game losing streak has the Eagles three games below .500 at 3-6 and three games behind the Giants. Michael Vick has injured ribs, mercurial receiver DeSean Jackson was deactivated last week for violating team rules and this season is quickly looking like little more than a hallmark Fantasy Football entry on LeSean McCoy player card. Without quoting him, it’s fair to say Vince Young was just plain wrong.
Giants Offensive Success
The Giants are coming off of their third loss of the season, a tough road defeat at the hands of 8-1 San Francisco, and maintain a one-game lead over the second-place Cowboys. New York is one of only six teams in the National Football League currently holding a winning record both on the road and at home, showing veteran savvy and the roster depth to withstand the injuries which often derail seasons for lesser teams. One difference that stands out for this particular team, though, is the way they’re winning.
Eli Manning, often labeled a “game manager” single-handedly responsible for the Giants’ failings, is leading an offense that’s fifth in the league in passing yards despite the offseason loss of the dependable Steve Smith and injuries to star Hakeem Nicks. Running backs Ahmad Bradshaw and Brandon Jacobs aren’t reaching the levels of production of past seasons, but are doing enough to keep defenses honest and open lanes for emerging receivers Mario Manningham and Victor Cruz. The once-vaunted Giants defense, too, fails to stand out on stat sheets with its below average rankings against the run (17th) and pass (20th), but has overcome numerous injuries to its front line star Osi Umenyiora and just about every defensive back on the preseason roster. They simply get the job done.
The Eagles have faced “must win” situations for a couple of weeks now, but this is likely their last stand if they have any hope of making the playoffs. A loss here would drop them four games behind the Giants in the standings, but the deficit would essentially be five games with a season sweep tiebreaker by New York. With at least two more tough games on the schedule including a home game against New England and a Christmas Eve road trip to Dallas, seven losses at this point in the season would be too much to overcome.
Eagles vs. Giants Ticket Prices and Deals
Can the Giants complete the sweep of their rivals and take one step closer to a division title, or can the high-powered Eagles offense, leading the league in rushing, control the clock and avoid turnovers in one final attempt to turn the season around? If you want to see these questions answered live at Metlife Stadium, use these highlights and SeatGeek’s ability to check thousands of ticket listings at once to find the best deals on Eagles at Giants tickets:
- The cheapest ticket to get you in the stadium are only $45 (General Admission).
- The cheapest seats you can currently find are $129 in sections 325 and 349, both in the end zone area of the upper deck.
- The Best Deal for Eagles vs. Giants Tickets is available in section 115C (on the home sideline at the 35 yard line) for $321.
- The second-best deal is actually $15 cheaper than the average ticket: get a seat in section 111A (on the home sideline’s other 35) for only $226.
- The home of the Best Deal for Eagles at Giants Tickets is also where you can find the most expensive seat: elsewhere in section 115C, you’ll pay $5,503/seat – a cool $11,000 for the pair. Now the best deal looks even better, eh?
The rebirth of Michael Vick’s career in Philadelphia has been exciting for football fans; however, his dynamic play and the offensive and defensive talent the Eagles have signed and drafted has not been enough to meet expectations this season. Will this trip to the first-place Giants be more of the same, or will this be the first chapter in a second half resurgence for Philadelphia? Manning and the rest of New York’s roster will be looking end their own losing streak at one and distance themselves from the NFC East pack. If you have questions about acquiring Eagles at Giants tickets, contact us on twitter @SeatGeek or write firstname.lastname@example.org.