Chicago is one of those teams that has almost nothing to play for in these seven weeks that are left in the regular season. They just lost their best receiver because of suspension. Alshon Jeffrey won’t be able to play in the next four games for his squad. That’s just more bad news for a team that has received a lot of bad news this season.
Bears are better of losing all the games from now on. They need a good draft pick and need to use it well. Jay Cutler era in Chicago is almost over. He is starting for this team just because his backup Bryan Hoyer injured his hand. If that didn’t happen, Cutler era in Windy City would already be over.
On the other hand, we have a team that is playing their best football of the season. They are in a great spot at 6-3, ready to secure their Playoff spot in coming rounds. Playing against the Bears at this point is going to help them in doing that. Even though wild card spot is within their reach, they can very well slip up. But they can also catch the Dallas Cowboys, win the division and take the home field advantage in the NFC East.
Eli Manning is a good quarterback, but he is sometimes cold. Good Eli shows up one day, while the next day you have bad one who is going to throw four picks with no touchdown passes. Even if he has a bad day on Sunday, this defense has improved, and we are sure that they can stop this Bears offense, but the problem is when they play against far better rivals.
We also think Eli and Odell are not going to struggle against this Bears team. They will show up, play a good game of football, put up a lot of points on the board and destroy the Chicago crew that’s not a real match for this Giants team. The final score should be somewhere around 33:19 in favor of New York.