Week 5 NFL preview: Eagles vs. Giants

In the grand tradition of B-movies, car wrecks and YouTube videos of people getting hit in the crotch, an NFC East matchup in 2013 is appointment television. The winless Giants and 1-3 Eagles have the two worst scoring defenses in the league, and it's anyone's guess whether that means continued struggles or an entertaining game.

Both the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants are allowing over 34 points per game, so don't expect much defense in this one. The Eagles at least have a dangerous offense, which Chip Kelly will be hoping to get back on track after being limited last week against the Broncos. The Giants are a mess on both sides of the ball and are spewing out turnovers at an alarming rate. No matter how this one turns out, Matt Ufford is expecting plenty of entertainment.

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