The Eagles snapped their three-game losing streak on Monday night with a gutty 23-17 overtime win over the Giants.
They were down 14 nothing and lost a few key players during the game, which was a big part of Doug Pederson's postgame message.
"I've been around a long time in this league as a player and a coach and I can't tell you that I've seen a team hang together like we did all night long," Pederson said in the video above. "The way you guys battled. Offensively through adversity. We lost a couple more guys tonight. Through adversity, you hang tough. Our young guys stepped up!"
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Then Pederson mentioned six younger Eagles by name. Here they are in the order he said them:
Greg Ward: A practice squad call-up earlier in the year, Ward caught four passes for 34 yards.
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside: The second-round pick caught two passes for 29 yards, including what might have been the best catch of the season.
Josh Perkins: Playing tight end and receiver, lining up all over the field, Perkins caught five passes for 37 yards.
Boston Scott: The 5-6 running back had 128 yards from scrimmage and was the star of the night.
Sidney Jones: He played just one snap but he made it count on a crucial third-down PBU.
Halapoulivaati Vaitai: After Lane Johnson went down, Big V stepped in at right tackle.
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