Here are some bullet points after the Eagles' dismal 15-7 loss to the Giants -- their second straight home loss to a division rival and 10th straight defeat at the Linc:
• Chip Kelly's play-calling against the Giants left a lot to be desired -- from deciding to throw on 1st-and-goal from the 2-yard line, to punting on a 4th-and-4 in the fourth quarter at the Giants' 47 when his team was down 15 points, after going for it on a 4th-and-10 situation earlier in the game. Throw in a questionable decision to try an onside kick and you have a day full of foul-ups, bleeps and blunders.
• NFL rushing leader LeSean McCoy was once again bottled up. After being held to just 55 yards rushing last week against Dallas, the Giants, who held Shady to 46 yards on the ground three weeks ago, limited him to 48 yards on 15 carries Sunday.
• Speaking of the Eagles and rushing: What was a ground game that lived in the fast lane early in the season has become a pedestrian walk. Their rushing totals have decreased in each of the last six games -- 264, 166, 140, 138, 84 and 48 yards.
• Did you ever think the Birds' offense under Kelly would be held to no offensive touchdowns over a two-game stretch?
• At least eight players and a few coaches told me after Sunday's game that Michael Vick looked like his old self in practice on Friday and there was no indication that his hamstring would be a problem.
• The Birds' offense that was easily racking up well over 400 yards a game early in the season has been held to a total of 479 yards over the last two games.
• The Giants' defense sent at least five pass rushers on 12 of 40 Eagles dropbacks. Eagles QBs completed just four passes in those situations.
• Can't say enough about how well the Eagles' defense played, holding New York to five field goals and no touchdowns (see story). The Birds' D has given up only 32 points in the last two games to a pair of teams with plenty of playmakers.
• The Eagles' three wins have come against teams that were winless at the time: the 0-0 Redskins, 0-4 Giants and 0-4 Buccaneers.