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Have the wins been pretty for either of these teams? Not really, but Germany didn’t win World War II, and you could argue that they dominated France for the first three quarters. A win is a win—no need to apologize. The Giants should have beat the Cowboys on Monday, and Daniel Jones’ stat line doesn’t tell the real story of that game. New York’s offensive line is weaker than Biden’s border policy, and his receivers were dropping balls like Kissenger dropped nukes. Jones was pressured twenty-three times in the loss, he’s been under more pressure than a Catholic girl hiding her pregnancy his entire career, and this year is no exception. On defense, Rookie OLB Kayvon Thibodeaux’s debut was a forgettable one. The defensive unit is improved from last year, but they still can’t guard the run well. Their pass defense looks good, which would be great if the Bears were a team that used their quarterback. Justin Fields only has twenty-three completions this year; we know that Matt Eberflus will rely on Khalil Herbert, and the Giants STILL won’t stop him.
Speaking of Khalil Herbert, New York has the twenty-fifth ranked run defense in the NFL. The Chicago Bears rank second in rushing, with Herbert cracking 150 on the ground with two scores last week. This guy looks like a young Adrian Peterson, and he might be primed to take over the starting role permanently. While nobody should write off Justin Fields, it’s pretty obvious he won’t throw the ball much. The Bears’ defense has won them two games. Are they the 2000 Ravens or the ’85 Bears? No, but opponents are passing the ball against them more frequently than any team in the NFL, and they are only giving up 201 yards through the air per game. Robert Quinn will be matched up against Giants’ rookie Evan Neal, who has played so poorly one would think he was glitching in Madden. Vegas likes the Giants -3, but Chicago will win this game. As long as Justin Fields can make a FEW big throws, the Bears’ defensive line is too much for New York to handle. Take the Bears Moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!
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