After getting decimated by New Orleans, the Eagles look to try and turn things around at home as they host the division rival New York Giants. Philly took the first meeting 34-13 back in mid-October.

The Eagles are favored at -5.5, according to Fanduel Sportsbook.

Our predictions are after the jump:

Chris: Could a Big 12 offense beat the Eagles just on their offense? This game is gonna be absolutely dreadful. The Birds also haven’t won at home in their last three games. It should be a win, but I don’t think it happens. Giants 20, Eagles 13 (Giants +5.5).

Jeff: Probably very little defense played in this game. Giants end the Eagles season in vengeful fashion on a last second field goal. Giants 33, Eagles 31 (Giants +5.5).

Mike: It’s fitting that there is currently a large bird carcass rotting in my garbage can right now. Giants 24, Eagles 13 (Giants +5.5).

Tim: ???

Coggin:  I have nothing funny or amusing to say about this train wreck of a game. Both of these teams are a disgrace to the game. Eagles 15, Giants 10 (Giants +5.5).

Phil: As one of the senior writers here, I’m comfortable saying I’m not angry with this team. I’m just disappointed. As Kevin explained earlier this week, it’s probably not fair to say that this team quit because it’s much more accurate to say that they never took this season seriously to begin with. The players have all said the correct things, but not since they blew the Tampa game to an obviously inferior opponent has it felt like any of this really mattered to them. Now you want me to assume they they will summon up some pride against this sorry Giants team? Nah fam. We are officially in “prove it” territory with these shadow champions. I don’t think they care enough to prove anyone wrong. Giants 26, Eagles 20 (Eagles -5.5).

Anthony: I’m not sure who is going to cover the Giants receivers and the Eagles struggled to deal with Saquon Barkley the last time the two teams played. Not to mention, the Eagles offense is a jumbled mess of completely disjointed parts. But, this is the Giants after all. They stink. The Eagles might too, but at least they’re still alive in a terrible division. This won’t be easy, and I like the over in this game, but I think Carson Wentz bounces back from his worst game since he came into the league. Eagles survive. Barely. Eagles 30, Giants 27 (Giants +5.5).

Bob: It feels like the Eagles were eliminated a week ago. I’d like to think they’ll play with pride and show some of the mettle that made them special a year ago, but it’s hard to believe they will—even against a bad team like the Giants. This feels like a lost season, and I think they’re going to be in last place by the end of the day. Giants 23, Eagles 20 (Giants +5.5).

Russ: Honestly, who cares? Sure, people on Twitter have come up with every scenario for the Eagles to win the NFC East, but then what? The team is too thin in the secondary for any season-long success and the Cowboys are quite frankly a better team. The Giants – who have been trying to lose games – have to be disgusted that the Eagles are going to likely cost them in the race to the bottom. Here’s hoping Carson Wentz rebounds and Mike Groh can figure out how to use Golden Tate. Barkley and OBJ go off and Engram looks like the dynamic tight end Giants fans thought they were getting during his breakout campaign. Giants 45, Eagles 17 (Giants +5.5).

Kevin: This game goes to overtime, Eagles win. Eagles 54, Giants 51 (Giants +5.5).

Kyle: ???