PHILADELPHIA – LeSean McCoy ran 50 yards for the go-ahead score on a fourth-and-1 late in the fourth quarter, and the Philadelphia Eagles rallied to beat the New York Giants 27-17 after blowing a 13-point lead Sunday night.

Michael Vick looked a little more ordinary after a spectacular performance in a 59-28 win over Washington on Monday night, but he led the Eagles (7-3) to a comeback win nonetheless and helped give them sole possession of first place in the NFC East.

Eli Manning threw a pair of touchdown passes to bring New York (6-4) back from a 16-3 deficit. But he lost a fumble after running for a first down on fourth-and-6 with 2:51 left, and the Eagles recovered. Another long run by McCoy set up a clinching field goal by David Akers — his fourth of the game.

Manning’s 5-yard touchdown pass to Derek Hagan gave the Giants a 17-16 lead early in the fourth quarter. But the Giants ultimately were done in by five turnovers, including three interceptions.

McCoy finished with 111 yards on just 14 carries. Vick was 24 of 38 for 258 yards and scored on a 4-yard run in the first quarter.

Eagles defensive back Ellis Hobbs left the field on a stretcher with a neck injury after taking a hit to the helmet on the second-half kickoff return.

Hobbs had full movement in his extremities and X-rays were negative.

He gave the thumbs up with both hands as he was carted off. Hobbs, who was down on the field for 11 minutes while players from both teams gathered around him and the crowd fell silent, was hit by the Giants’ Dave Tollefson on the play and fumbled. The ball was recovered by the Eagles’ Clay Harbor.

The Eagles came back after Hobbs’ injury and drove 82 yards in 14 plays, taking more than eight minutes off the clock, but they had to settle for a 28-yard field goal by Akers that made it 16-3.

Vick’s touchdown capped a 14-play, 68-yard drive in the first quarter. He took the snap, rolled right, made Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck and linebacker Michael Boley miss, and then outran safety Kenny Phillips to the end zone as the Eagles took a 7-0 lead.