What the experts think about the Giants Week 13 matchup
The New York Giants look to get back on track, when head back to MetLife Stadium to take on the Chicago Bears on Sunday at 1 p.m. EST. Let’s take a look around the Internet to see what the experts are predicting for Big Blue’s Sunday afternoon matchup.
Bears: Charles McDonald, Christian D’Andrea, Joe McAtee, Stephen White, Geoff Schwartz, Ryan Van Bibber, Adam Stites
Bears: Louis Riddick, Molly Qerim, Mike Clay, Mike Golic, Mina Kimes, Kevin Seifert, Trey Wingo, Matt Bowen, Dan Graziano,
Giants: Seth Wickersham
Bears 24, Giants 22
If the Bears don’t have Mitch Trubisky’s services again this week, Chase Danielproved a more-than-capable backup last week. The Giants’ secondary has struggled all season long, especially at cornerback. Safety Landon Collinscontinues to be the only reliable member back there, especially in run support late in the loss against the Eagles. The real trouble for New York will be on offense, where the line has struggled immensely and is now playing as talented a front seven as there is in football. That’s right, in all of football, including DeVry. The left side of New York’s line was supposed to alter this season’s prospects from the debacle in this area last year. Hasn’t happened. And a healthy Khalil Mack vs. Nate Solder could spin the outcome of this matchup on its axis. If the Giants think they can run the table, they might try running away from Mack first. And Akiem Hicks. And … nevermind.
Bears 27, Giants 20
The Bears will likely start Chase Daniel at quarterback again in this one for the injured Mitchell Trubisky. That will hurt the offense, but this game will be about their defense. It will get all over Eli Manning here. The Bears will win a road game behind their impressive defense.
Bears: Andrew Brandt, Mitch Goldich, Jonathan Jones, Bette Marston, Mark Mravic, Jenny Vrentas, Albert Breer
Bears 29, Giants 17
Bears 23, Giants 16