The Giants.com crew reacts to Big Blue's 17-13 loss to the Chicago Bears.
by: Doug Rush — USA Today: Giants Wire 35m
Whose stock is up and whose is down following the New York Giants’ loss to the Chicago Bears in Week 2?
by: Carlos Nazario — Fansided: NFL Spin Zone 3h
Another week, another heart-racing victory for the Chicago Bears. The Chicago Bears came away with another heart-racing victory. This time, they hold on fo...
by: Brad Biggs — Chicago Tribune 7h
Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts after the Chicago Bears defeated the New York Giants 17-13 in Week 2 at Soldier Field to improve to 2-0.
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 8h
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: Tom Rock firstname.lastname@example.org @TomRock_Newsday Updated September 20, 2020 9:18 PM — Newsday 17h
It was an all-around crummy afternoon for the Giants on Sunday, but after the injuries and the turnovers and the bad luck they still had a chance to win on the final snap of the ball. "You’re standing
by: Ryan Dunleavy — New York Post 18h
CHICAGO — Grading the Giants after a 17-13 loss to the Bears on Sunday: Offense Put in a tough spot without Saquon Barkley for three quarters and Sterling Shepard for two, Daniel Jones went
by: Pat Leonard — NY Daily News 18h
James Bradberry and the Giants' defense shut out the Chicago Bears in Sunday’s second half, forcing two turnovers to nearly complete an inspiring comeback.
by: Michael Eisen — NFL: New York Giants 18h
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.
Column: The Chicago Bears turned a leisurely romp into a full-team stress test. But in the end, they emerged 2-0.
by: Dan Wiederer — Chicago Tribune 19h
The Chicago Bears are 2-0 for the first time since 2013. But after needing another end zone stop in the final minute to survive against a shaky and injury-depleted opponent, reality is still lurking. Said coach Matt Nagy: “I would say we’re just OK...
by: Eric Kennedy — YES Network: Big Blue Interactive 19h
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: Jason Leach — Elite Sports NY 20h
It was a devastating day for the New York Giants. They came up short against the Bears 17-13 and potentially lost Saquon Barkley for the year.
by: Adam Hoge — NBC Chicago 20h
At times, Mitch Trubisky looked like an MVP candidate. And then he didn’t.