Nicks was one of the few bright spots in last week's loss to the Eagles, as he caught nine balls for 142 yards. He matched his production from the three previous games combined.
The Giants face the Bears off a short week this Thursday, and figure to be passing for the majority of the game with Brandon Jacobs and Da'Rel Scott as the only healthy running backs. Despite Eli Manning's struggles, he will get his yards, and Nicks, Victor Cruz and Reuben Randle should be the chief beneficiaries. It would not be surprising to see Nicks find the end zone for the first time this season against Chicago.
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