The Bears held off a late Giants rally in the final seconds to remain undefeated on the season. Here are the best photos from that game.
by: Matt Lombardo | email@example.com — NJ.com 2h
New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones had all of his offensive weapons (Saquon Barkley, Darius Slayton, Sterling Shepard, Golden Tate and Evan Engram) together on Sunday, but it didn't last long.
by: Michael Eisen — NFL: New York Giants 13h
The outcome was only a portion of the Giants’ bad news. Early in the second quarter, Saquon Barkley left with a potentially serious injury to his right knee. Then Sterling Shepard left the game with a toe injury.
by: Eric Kennedy — YES Network: Big Blue Interactive 14h
The Giants came back from a 17-0 deficit to almost steal a game, but fall 10 yards short. RB Saquon Barkley may have suffered a torn ACL.
by: Rick Morrissey — Chicago Sun-Times 15h
They barely beat the Giants after leading 17-0 at halftime
by: Alexander Wilson — Empire Sports Media 17h
The New York Giants fell to the Chicago Bears in week two by a score of 17-13. In a game that started off poorly for the Giants ended up...
by: Dan Benton — USA Today: Giants Wire 17h
The New York Giants fell to the Chicago Bears in Week 2 and here were the winners and losers from the game.
by: N/A — NFL: New York Giants 19h
New York Giants linebacker Lorenzo Carter sacks Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.
by: Zack Rosenblatt | firstname.lastname@example.org — NJ.com 20 Sep
Some New York Giants notes heading into the Bears game include Saquon Barkley's blocking, Andrew Thomas' matchup with Khalil Mack and more.
by: Andrew Parsaud — Last Word On Sports: Last Word On Pro Football 19 Sep
There is a lot to take away from this game, such as Daniel Jones and his performance, but there is also hope that this year is not lost yet.
by: Jeevan Kirkland — Empire Sports Media 19 Sep
The New York Giants started their season off with a primetime Monday night game. They hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers, a matchup...
by: Michael Eisen — NFL: New York Giants 19 Sep
The Giants aim for a bounce-back performance against the Chicago Bears in Week 2.
by: Kevin Wieschhues — Clutchpoints 19 Sep
The New York Giants opened their 2020 NFL season against the Pittsburgh Steelers the same way they finished 12 of their 16 games last year — with a loss. After a solid start and some help in form of costly mistakes by the Steelers, the final result...