Cameron Curtis (2-3)
With both defenses struggling, I think this matchup comes down to which offense screws up the least. I have to believe the Giants are a better football team than they have played so far this season and this game might be a trap game for the Bears, but I don’t think this is the week New York pulls it together.
Bears 31 – Giants 14
Bob Zalabak (1-2)
The Bears face a must win game this week against the New York. The Giants are a much better team than their record represents but the Bears will get the job done. Look for the Chicago to minimize turnovers by sticking to the run game longer and for the Bears defense to create a few turnovers of heir own.
Bears 17 – Giants 10
Michael Praser (3-2)
If you turn the ball over and can’t cause any turnovers, the result is usually a loss. This shouldn’t be an issue on Thursday night. Eli has been a turnover machine and the Bears are coming off a tough loss at home. The Bears should steamroll over the struggling Giants coming out victorious.
Bears 24 – Giants 10
Robert Napier (3-2)
I was so sure that the history of Drew Brees never winning at Soldier Field was going to be our saviour. At least we were able to stop his streak of 300 yard passing games. The Giants will win a game this year, but it won’t be on Thursday. I hope Eli doesn’t get tears all over his 2 Super Bowl rings. New York should really consider 1st draft selection at this point. I would.
Bears 27 – Giants 24
There is no chance the Bears lose three games in a row. They have too much talent and Trestman (supposedly) is good coach to not let this happen. With the DL suddenly depleted and ineffective in the first place, the offense will need to carry the load from here on out.
Bears 27 – Giants 20
Mike Flannery (3-2)
This game worries me a little. The Bears are too good of a team to lose three in a row, but the Giants have too much talent to lose 6 in a row. Something has to give. I think homefield advatange will give the Bears a slight edge in a game that will be closer than people are expecting.