Philadelphia continued to press at the visitors and scored a touchdown with an impressive throw by Foles which was equalled by the catch of tight end Zach Ertz in the endzone, as he made a leaping grab for the 15-yard score.
Chip Kelly's side didn't let the Giants settle on offense and yielded five sacks of Eli Manning in the first half, and that helped give them a short field to attack. Foles used this to his advantage as he found James Casey for a 26-yard strike.
The Eagles added another field goal just before the break from the boot of Parkey from 45 yards to give them a 20-point advantage at the half.
After the break, New York responded with a drive downfield and Manning connected with Larry Donnell in the endzone, only to see the touchdown chalked off for a holding penalty.
Two plays later, Manning threw into the endzone again, but this time Victor Cruz dropped the ball and went down in agony. The 27-year-old was later diagnosed with a torn patella tendon.
Following a lengthy delay, the Eagles put the game out of sight for the visitors when they drove the length of the field and Darren Sproles went over the left-side of the line for a 15-yard touchdown to secure the victory.