Chicago Bears vs. New York Giants: Giants exploit a weak Bears O-line in win.

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Chicago Bears vs. New York Giants: Giants exploit a weak Bears O-line in win.
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Bears: 3    Giants: 17

Hello everybody. New York Giants Featured Columnist John Borgolini here. I will be guiding you through the week 4 matchup between the Chicago Bears and the Giants.

The season keeps getting worse for the Giants. A week after getting torn apart by the Indianapolis Colts in week 2, the Giants had an even worse showing in their week 3 return home as they beat themselves and gave the Tennessee Titans a decisive 19-point win.

The Giants did show a lot of promise, holding Chris Johnson to below average numbers for the first three quarters, but their lack of discipline earning 11 penalties for sheer stupidity.

They will be facing a Bears team that is coming off a big divisional win on the stage of Monday Night Football for all the nation to see. They were fortunate enough to force a fumble and kick the game-winning field goal in the final minutes of the game.

New York will have its hands full with the pass-happy offense of Mike Martz. The Giants absolutely cannot afford another loss tonight, so they should come out firing right away knowing the talent they're up against.

Post game:

The Giants took advantage of no resistance from the Bears' offense. While they did win, they didn't look impressive at all. To compete against Houston next week the Giants need to take more chances on offense and need to keep up the pressure against a better offensive line. 

It was surprising to see Manningham only get targeted once and have no catches. New York will have to get him more involved next week to have a chance.


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