Sixth NFC East pennant for Reid
With a 10-4 record, the Eagles are assured of at least one home game in the playoffs.
The Eagles still can get the No. 2 seed and a first-round playoff bye. But they must defeat the Minnesota Vikings (5-9) Tuesday night and the Dallas Cowboys (5-10) five days later, and cross their fingers the Chicago Bears (11-4) lose to the Packers. The Bears beat the New York Jets Sunday.
The Eagles also have a very slim chance of getting the top seed in the NFC. The Atlanta Falcons (12-2) would have to lose to New Orleans (10-4) and Carolina, though, while the Eagles win their last two games, Tampa Bay beats New Orleans and the Bears lose to the Packers.
The Giants still could get in the playoffs but will need help as the Packers also are 9-6 and own the head-to-head tiebreaker.