The news of the day for Giants fans on Wednesday, September 23, 2020.
by: Michael Eisen — NFL: New York Giants 20h
It’s a little early to get excited about rankings, but the Giants’ defense is off to a good start under coordinator Patrick Graham.
Chicago Bears QB rewind: Was Mitch Trubisky’s strong first half more telling than his second-half struggles in Week 2?
by: Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 22h
What do we do with this one, with this latest Chicago Bears victory from a should-win home game? What do we make of Mitch Trubisky’s solid first half and the 17 points the Bears scored to take quick control for a wire-to-wire defeat of the New York...
by: David Syvertsen — YES Network: Big Blue Interactive 17h
BigBlueInteractive.com (BBI) review and analysis of the New York Giants at Chicago Bears, September 20, 2020 game. Bears 17 - Giants 13.
by: John Fennelly — USA Today: Giants Wire 21 Sep
Here are six takeaways from the New York Giants’ Week 2 loss to the Chicago Bears, which dropped them to 0-2 on the season.
6 Giants reasons for concern, 3 for optimism after loss to Bears: Dion Lewis stepping in, James Bradberry emerges, more - nj.com
by: Zack Rosenblatt | email@example.com — NJ.com 21 Sep
The New York Giants have reasons to be confident after their Week 2 loss to the Chicago Bears, but the most obvious reason for concern is the loss of Saquon Barkley.
by: Mike McGraw — Daily Herald 21 Sep
It was a sad day for running backs at Soldier Field. Giants star Saquon Barkley was carried off the field with a knee injury and the Bears' David Montgomery left the game for a while after landing on his head.
by: Michael Eisen — NFL: New York Giants 21 Sep
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: Patrick Finley — Chicago Sun-Times 20 Sep
He finished with 16 carries for 82 yards and three catches for 45 more, including a 28-yard touchdown pass from Mitch Trubisky in which he ran through half the Giants’ team after catching a pass on the right flank
by: Eric Kennedy — YES Network: Big Blue Interactive 20 Sep
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.