Matchups often define sports every week. One team’s advantage can be the opponent’s disadvantage. These mismatches can make or break a game or season; let’s see how the NY Giants and Bears match up.
The NY Giants simply can’t enter another season at 0-2. Starting 0-2 for Joe Judge is never how one wants to start his tenure as an NFL head coach.
The NY Giants must get out to a fast start Sunday and sustain their early momentum for 60 minutes straight.
Last season, Big Blue played the Bears in Chicago as well. After a scoreless first quarter, a touchdown from Kaden Smith put the G_Men up 7-3 at halftime. The third quarter became a rocky struggle and Big Blue blew the lead and gave up another winnable game at Soldier Field.
The Giants were unable to capitalize late in the game and they lost 19-14. This Bears team will feature many of the same players as last season but there are new faces and the Giants look much different than the team of last year.
Here, we will break down the key matchups that may decide this game and with some individual battles won, the NY Giants should be able to fly home with a victory Sunday night.