Bears vs Giants - Keys to a Chicago Bears Victory

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Oct 6, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; New York Giants running back David Wilson (22) does a back flip after scoring a touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles in the first quarter during the game at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports

Talk about a trap game.  The 0-5 New York Giants head to Soldier Field to face off with the 3-2 Chicago Bears.  The Bears have lost two straight and look to bounce back on a short week while the Giants just try to figure out how to end up on the positive side of the ledger.  On paper, this should not even be close, but as we all know, they don’t play the games on paper.  Here are my Keys to a Chicago Bears Victory.

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While most fans in Chicago (who don’t have the NFL Network) are still fumbling through their channels looking for My 50 Chicago for the local broadcast, the Bears had better be piling up the points.  They’ve sputtered out of the gates and put themselves behind the last few games.  The Giants are dead last in points allowed while the Bears are 4th in points scored.  There is no reason the Bears shouldn’t be able to get off to a fast start.  

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