NFL inactives, Week 17: Eagles vs. Giants

Al Bello

The Giants look to make the playoffs with a win and a ton of help against the Eagles in Andy Reid's last game.

The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles are meeting on Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium with plenty on the line.

Philadelphia is left to play for nothing more than pride, with Michael Vick likely starting his last game for the Eagles and more importantly, Andy Reid coaching his last time in for the city of brotherly love.

Conversely, the Giants are playing for everything. With a win, New York would still be alive for the playoffs, needing losses by the Minnesota Vikings, Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys.

The inactives for New York in Week 17 are as follows, according to Ralph Vacchiano: Defensive tackle Chris Canty, cornerback Jayron Hosley, safety Tyler Sash, wide receiver Ramses Barden, running back Ryan Torain, defensive end Adewale Ojomo and tight end Adrien Robinson.

As for Philadelphia, its inactives are as follows, according to the team's official twitter: Wide receiver Greg Salas, running back Chris Polk, guard Danny Watkins, offensice tackle Matt Kopa, tight end Evan Moore, defensive tackle Fletcher Cox and linebacker Mychal Kendricks.

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