The Eagles had more than one chance in the last minute of Sunday's game to beat the Giants but still ended up losing 13-7.

What went wrong? For starters, wide receiver Jalen Reagor dropped not one, but two, potential touchdown passes in the final minute of the fourth quarter. If he had caught just one of them, the Eagles (5-7) would have been able to win the game.

The first pass, which Philadelphia QB Jalen Hurts launched from about the 50-yard line, bounced off Reagor's helmet as he was running into the end zone. 

The second pass, also from Hurts, came about 40 seconds later, this time from inside the Giants' 35. The ball landed in, and then out, of Reagor's hands. This ended up being Philadelphia's last play of the game because it came on fourth down.