PHILADELPHIA — DeMarco Murray ran for 109 yards and a touchdown, Nolan Carroll returned one of Eli Manning’s two interceptions for a score and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants 27-7 Monday night.

Sam Bradford threw for 280 yards and a 32-yard TD pass to Riley Cooper, but had three interceptions to keep New York in the game.

The Eagles (3-3) have won two straight to move from last place in the NFC East into a tie for first with the Giants (3-3). The teams meet again in Week 17.

Neither team looked sharp in front of a prime-time audience. They combined for seven turnovers and 21 penalties.

The Giants gave the Eagles first downs on a roughing-the-passer penalty and a running-into-the-kicker penalty to keep both of their TD drives going.

TITANS: An MRI exam shows quarterback Marcus Mariota sprained his left MCL, and Coach Ken Whisenhunt says they will have to see how the rookie’s knee progresses before determining if he can play Sunday against Atlanta.

Whisenhunt said that Mariota was walking around just fine at the Tennessee headquarters on Monday.

Mariota was injured during the second quarter of Sunday’s 38-10 loss to the Miami Dolphins when hit low by end Olivier Vernon.

The rookie stayed on the field and didn’t miss a play. Mariota did put a brace after the series, and he remained in the game until Whisenhunt sent Zach Mettenberger in for the final series with 1:54 left.

BROWNS: Coach Mike Pettine said the league plans to investigate Johnny Manziel’s domestic dispute last week, an altercation which raised new concerns about Manziel and his future with the club.

Manziel was questioned by police in Avon, Ohio, after his girlfriend claimed he was physical with her when the two had a heated disagreement while driving on an interstate highway. Colleen Crowley can be heard telling police on a dash-cam video released Monday that Manziel “hit me a couple times” and “I’m in fear for my life.”

Seahawks: Seattle lifted the suspension of fullback Derrick Coleman imposed after he was arrested following a car crash.

Coach Pete Carroll announced the decision Monday and said it would be done as soon as possible. With the suspension lifted, Coleman could play Thursday, but Carroll said the fullback has yet to be examined by team doctors following his involvement in the crash.

TEXANS: Houston has flip-flopped between Brian Hoyer and Ryan Mallett throughout the early part of this season.

That indecision at quarterback appears to be over now after Hoyer’s strong performance in Houston’s win over the Jaguars on Sunday.

“He’s our quarterback,” Coach Bill O’Brien said. “We’re going to stick with him. He’s playing really well. He’s playing at a high level, and we’ve got a lot of confidence in him.”

FALCONS: Julio Jones has opened the week on the practice field instead of in the trainer’s room. Jones has played in every game despite missing some practices the last four weeks with toe and hamstring injuries. The star receiver missed last week’s first practice.

BRONCOS: Coach Gary Kubiak says Denver dodged major injuries to first-round draft pick Shane Ray and star wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders in their 26-23 overtime win at Cleveland.

Ray has a sprained right MCL and is expected to miss a few weeks. Sanders has a bruised left shoulder but should be back for the showdown against Green Bay on Nov. 1 following both club’s bye week, Kubiak said Monday.

BEARS: Back-to-back wins now a distant memory, Chicago Coach John Fox faced a whole new set of problems following Sunday’s 37-34 overtime loss to the Detroit Lions.

An offense sputtering in the red zone and questions about Fox’s clock management arose as the Bears headed into their bye week with a 2-4 record.

“We had plenty of chances, whether it was offense, defense, special teams, coaching – all of our signatures were on it,” Fox said about the loss to a Lions team that entered the game winless.

LIONS: Running back Zach Zenner is going on injured reserve with cracked ribs and a partially collapsed lung.

Coach Jim Caldwell said that Zenner was in the hospital after being injured in Sunday’s overtime win over Chicago.

Caldwell said Zenner would go on IR “at some point in time” but that his condition was improving.

BENGALS: The NFL Network has apologized to Bengals players who were shown naked in the locker room during a postgame interview Sunday in Buffalo.

A network reporter was interviewing cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones after a 34-21 win, and the videographer’s angle included the entrance to the shower area. Several players were shown naked in the background.

LOS ANGELES: The NFL will hold public hearings later this month in Oakland, St. Louis and San Diego as the league looks into potentially relocating a franchise or two to Los Angeles.

The St. Louis hearing will take place on Oct. 27, followed the next day by a hearing in San Diego, and on Oct. 29 in Oakland.

SAINTS: New Orleans decided to make a change at kicker, releasing Zach Hocker and replacing him with Kai Forbath, said a person familiar with the situation.

BILLS: Receiver Sammy Watkins (left ankle), defensive tackle Kyle Williams (left knee), offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson (concussion) and receiver Marquise Goodwin (ribs) were hurt against Cincinnati, and their status is uncertain against Jacksonville.