By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Bears had 333 total yards in 35 minutes and 37 seconds in time of possession. The Giants had 274 total yards in 24 minutes and 23 seconds.
Giants quarterback Eli Manning went 15 of 20 for 205 yards. He had two touchdowns.
Rashad Jennings had 12 carries for 63 yards and a touchdown. Paul Perkins had nine carries for 35 yards and Bobby Rainey had two carries for three yards.
Odell Beckham Jr. had six receptions for 75 yards, while Will Tye had two receptions for 68 yards. Sterling Shepard had three receptions for 32 yards and a touchdown. Jennings had a 14 yard reception while Rainey also had a nine yard reception. Dwayne Harris had a six yard reception and Jerell Adams had a one yard reception.
Bears quarterback Jay cutler went 21 of 35 for a 190 yards. He had a touchdown.
Jordan Howard had 24 carries for 99 yards and a touchdown. Ka’Deem Carey had seven carries for 36 yards and Joique Bell had five carries for eight yards.
Zach Miller had six receptions for 58 yards, while Joshua Bellamy had four receptions for 49 yards and Eddie Royal had five receptions for 38 yards. Cameron Meredith had two receptions for 17 yards and both Howard and Marquess Wilson had a 11 yard reception each. Carey had a five yard reception and Logan Paulsen had a one yard reception and a touchdown.
Christian Jones led the Bears with seven tackles and two sacks. Jerrell Freeman had three tackles. Ronald Powell, Terry Williams and Danny Trevathan also had a sack.
Robert Thomas led the Giants with five tackles. Four players had four tackles each.
Jennings made it 23-10 when he scored on an 11 yard run. Paulsen caught a one-yard touchdown to make it 23-17.
The Giants led 16-10 at halftime. Adams scored on a one-yard pass and Shepard also had a 15-yard touchdown reception. The extra point following his score failed.
Robbie Gould made a 21-yard field goal with 18 seconds left.
Howard had a seven yard rushing touchdown. Connor Barth made a 48 yard field goal.
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