Bears defense laments "sloppy" play in loss to Giants

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The Giants put together back-to-back touchdown drives, ate seven minutes with another drive later in the game and then got the only points of overtime to beat the Bears.

But all of that said, they will have nearly no chance against the Rams next week, or any team in the playoffs, if Nagy continues to manage games the way he did Sunday and continues to refuse to figure out how to leverage one of his best offensive players to his team's best advantage.

According to ESPN's Jordan Raanan, Giants running back Saquon Barkley is "fine" after hurting his shoulder in Sunday's win over the Chicago Bears. Their defensive unit looked inspired for the first time all season. Some thought he may have blown his chances of playing this season after being arrested last month for a traffic violation, but him being active on Sunday is a clear indication the Giants intend on playing him if the right opportunity presents itself. He wouldn't commit Trubisky's return this week after two missed games. Behind the scenes, we're watching.

"Initial glance and leading up to the game, I was fielding questions and based on what everybody was asking, we were going to cancel the game", he said.

Since their Bye Week, the Giants have won three of their four games to improve to 4-8.

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For the 11th time in 12 games this season, Barkley had at least 100 all-purpose yards.

Asked about it Monday, he said, "I would've loved to be able to call more runs, but they did a pretty good job getting into our backfield and stopping the run".

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Rosas, who kicked a 57-yard field goal on the final play of the first half to make it 14-10, and added a 37-yard field goal after Sean Chandler recovered Gabriel's fumble deep in Bears territory. And the team did enter Sunday with confidence in backup Chase Daniel, though it wasn't repaid by the veteran, who set the tone for a largely sloppy game with two interceptions in the first quarter.

We all know Nagy has forgotten more about offense in the past 20 minutes than I've learned my entire life.

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