The Eagles on Sunday collided with a team that actually shoots itself in the foot more than they do.

Good thing for them it’s also a division opponent.

The Eagles rallied back from a third-quarter deficit to knock out the woozy Giants 36-21 on Sunday at MetLife Stadium thanks to five field goals from Alex Henery and two fourth-quarter touchdown passes from Nick Foles as injured starting quarterback Michael Vick watched from the sideline.

Henery who had missed in three straight games going into the showdown made a 41-yarder in the third that put the Eagles up 22-21. In the fourth interceptions by Mychal Kendricks Brandon Boykin and Cary Williams made sure the Eagles wouldn’t be snakebitten by a Manning for the second straight week.

Kendricks picked off a floating pass from Eli Manning and returned it to the Giants’ 25-yard line setting up a next-play touchdown from Foles to Brent Celek. Boykin then picked off Manning to give the ball back to the Eagles leading to a five-yard touchdown connection from Foles to DeSean Jackson.

Williams added to the Giants’ downward spiral with the Eagles’ third interception and fourth takeaway overall.

The win snapped a three-game losing streak for the Eagles and positioned them to be tied in first place if Dallas loses at home to unbeaten Denver in the late afternoon game. The Eagles (2-3) and Cowboys would each have two wins followed by the idle Redskins (1-3) and winless Giants (0-5).

Foles led the Eagles to 17 second-half points but the team will wait to see what happens with Vick who left late in the first half with an apparent hamstring injury and never returned despite being listed as questionable.

The schedule seemingly lightens with another road matchup next Sunday against another winless team Tampa Bay (0-4) followed by home division games against the Cowboys and Giants.