Da Bears are off to a hot start this season at 2-1. They were able to walk it off on a Cairo Santos FG to win 23-20 over the Houston Texans on Sunday in Week 3. QB Justin Fields struggled with two INTs, but the run game was on point. Backup RB Khalil Herbert had his best game in the NFL with 157 yards and two TDs. David Montgomery only had three carries and got injured during the win.
The Giants failed to go 3-0 to start the season with a 23-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football in Week 3. The good news is the Giants are competitive for the first time in what seems like a while. The bad news is their wide receiving core can’t stay healthy. Kenny Golladay wants out and has been ineffective in the system. Sterling Shepard tore his ACL against the Cowboys. Kadarius Toney can’t get on the field. Wandale Robinson isn’t ready to contribute. If Saquon Barkley carries too much of the load you risk re-injury.
Bears vs. Giants
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