Kicker Josh Brown nailed five field goals, helping the New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles 15-7 in NFL action over the weekend.

The Giants ended their eight-game road losing streak with Sunday's win and handed the NFC East rival Eagles their 10th consecutive home loss.

Philadelphia has not won at Lincoln Financial Field since Sept. 30, 2012.

"Good to win in our division. It's not always pretty but nevertheless our defense played superbly. And I thought in the second half we benefited from great field position, which forced two or three three-and-outs, which prevented them from being able to drive the ball the way they wanted to," Giants head coach Tom Coughlin said.

Brown kicked field goals of 40 and 44 yards in the first quarter, then nailed kicks from 33 and 46 yards in the second quarter.

He was good on a 27-yard field goal in the fourth quarter, helping the Giants improve their record to 2-6 in what has been a disappointing season for Big Blue.

Giants quarterback Eli Manning finished 25 of 49 for 246 yards, with no touchdowns.

"I think we did a lot of good things, had a lot of great drives. Moving the ball in the first half and moving the ball right up the field a number of times. We were close on a number of plays that could have been touchdowns," Manning said.

The lone score for the Eagles (3-5) came when linebacker Najee Goode returned a botched snap on a punt two yards for a touchdown in the fourth quarter. EFE