Chicago Bears 16
New York Giants 22
The Chicago Bears started off pretty good... They moved the ball well, had good rhythm, and found the end zone a couple of times. But as the first half wound down, the Giants picked up some momentum, and rode it well into the third quarter.
Josh Sitton went down with a right leg injury (ankle/foot?), leaving only two starters on the offensive line. The Giants started moving the ball up and down the field, and the Bears offense sputtered.
The Bears defense started showing signs of fatigue, much like last week, because the offense couldn’t stay on the field more than a couple minutes at a time.
As the third quarter came to a close, the Bears finally started moving the football. Can they get a rally going? Stay tuned...
This is your Chicago Bears vs New York Giants 4th Quarter Open Thread... Have fun!