MNF moments, No. 44: Can't stop Randall

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To celebrate the 45th season of "Monday Night Football," a panel of ESPN.com contributors has selected the 45 most memorable moments in MNF history. Follow along as we reveal one per day and count down the number of days to this season's MNF debut.

No. 44: Eagles 24, Giants 13 | Oct. 10, 1988

The Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants -- coached by Bill Parcells and assisted by Bill Belichick -- behind quarterback Randall Cunningham's highlight play.

Cunningham rolled right after play-action at the Giants' 4-yard line only to be met by linebacker Carl Banks. Banks hit Cunningham low, toppling the Eagles quarterback. But the resilient Cunningham kept himself up using his left hand and found Jimmie Giles at the right corner of the end zone.

In the win, Cunningham completed 31 passes for 369 yards and three touchdowns for the home crowd at Veterans Stadium.

Prior to this victory, the Giants had won six straight and 12 of their previous 14 matchups against the Eagles. Cunningham's heroics triggered four straight Eagles wins over the Giants and a stretch of nine victories in 10 matchups between 1988 and 1992.