The New York Giants host the Chicago Bears on Sunday Kickoff is 1:00 p.m. in MetLife Stadium. Sunday’s game marks the 51st regular-season meeting between the two teams. The Giants trail in the series that began in 1925, 20-28-2.
The teams last met on Nov. 20, 2016 in MetLife Stadium, when the Giants won, 22-16. A win on Sunday would improve the Giants’ home record against the Bears to 10-15-2.
Series Meetings: 50
Overall Record: 20-28-2
First Game: Bears 19 at Giants 7 (12/6/1925)
Last Game: Giants 22 vs. Bears 16 (11/20/2016)
The following players were listed on Friday’s injury report:
GIANTS: TE Evan Engram (out; hamstring), LB B.J. Goodson (out; neck) & LB Lorenzo Carter (questionable; hip).
BEARS: RB Benny Cunningham (doubtful; ankle), DB Sherrick McManis (doubtful; hamstring), QB Mitchell Trubisky (doubtful; right shoulder), DT Akiem Hicks
The tiny window of hope to win the division was dashed away with the loss to Eagles for the New York Giants.
The new game plan? Play out the string and evaluate younger players to see what you have for the future.
The goal for Chicago is to build upon their already successful season under their dominate defense and prep for the playoffs.
Kyle Lauletta is active so if this game becomes out of hand then their is a chance you will see him enter the game to see how he handles in game action.
The team feels like the wind has been knocked out of them and will be looking to show that they still have some fight left in them..
Tough game .. the Bears win 27-10