The third preseason game always garners the most attention since the starters usually play deep into the second half, allowing the game to feel more like a regular season matchup. Out of the four preseason games each team plays, this is the game that fans, coaches and writers alike are able to draw the most conclusions from.
The Giants’ Friday night tussle with the Chicago Bears was no exception. There were plenty of questions heading into the game, considering the amount of unproven players fighting for playing time or a spot on the roster. With Game 3 of the 2012 preseason now in the rearview, some of those uncertainties have grown a bit clearer.
So without further ado, let’s dig in to what we saw Friday night. This article will list 10 things we learned from the Giants’ preseason matchup with the Bears.