Well the game just ended and the Chicago Bears were able to stop the New York Giants with a Tim Jennings interception as the Giants trailed by six.
This offensive line for the Bears did a beautiful job tonight as Cutler wasn’t brought to the ground once. The running game took a little bit of a hit, but what counts is what Cutler was able to do down the field. Not only did he throw for over 250 passing yards and two touchdowns, but he was able to move the chains with his legs. Cutler was able to step up into the pocket a couple times and rush for two first downs by himself.
The Giants fall to 0-6 on the regular season, which is their first 0-6 start in about 30 years. Eli was able to find his targets down field but also found defenders for three turnovers of his own. He continues to hold the lead for interceptions this season with 15 thrown through six games. Brandon Jacobs ran the ball well on a defense who only allowed around 60 rushing yards per game, as he rushed for 100+ yards with two touchdowns of his own.
The Chicago Bears are now a half game ahead of the Detroit Lions for the NFC North division lead.
Jay Cutler finished the game 24/36 262 yards two touchdowns and 30 rushing yards on three carries. One rush they said he was a yard shy of the marker.
Brandon Marshall brought in nine receptions for 87 yards and two touchdowns.
Matt Forte rushed for 67 yards on 19 carries.
Eli Manning finished 14/26 239 yards and one touchdown with three interceptions.
Brandon Jacobs carried the ball 22 times for 106 yards and two touchdowns.
Rueben Randle who should have had a turnover himself, was said to have given himself up but at the same time slammed the ball to the turf which caused it to be free. A blown call by the refs, but the Bears were still able to walk away with the victory. Randle finished with 75 yards on three receptions for the only passing touchdown for the Giants.
The Chicago Bears travel to Washington to take on RG3 and the Redskins in Week 7
The New York Giants will host the Minnesota Vikings in Week 7.