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New York Giants vs Chicago Bears 11/24/2019 Game Analysis, Picks and Odds

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New York Giants vs Chicago Bears 11-24-2019 Game Analysis Picks and Odds

New York Giants vs Chicago Bears 11/24/2019 – The New York Giants (2-8) are up against the Chicago Bears (4-5) in an isolated battle of low-ranked teams. While both teams are definitely headed out of the season, it’s still worth it to place a straight bet. The good thing about betting is that it doesn’t discriminate team ranking.

New York Giants vs Chicago Bears 11/24/2019

When: Sunday, November 24, 1:00 PM ET
Where: Soldier Field, Chicago, Illinois
TV: FOX
Stream: SofaScore

New York Giants vs Chicago Bears 11/24/2019

Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
Giants +7 (-110) 41 o (-110) +270
Bears -7 (-110) 41 u (-110) -357
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New York Giants

The Giants were defeated in their last game by their namesake, the New York Jets, with a 34-27 endgame score. Daniel Jones was the man of the hour, going at it with 26/40 and 308 passing yards. He threw 4 big TDs. Daniel Jones carried the ball only 3 times for a disappointing 20 yards. Darius Slayton caught the ball for an impressive 10 times and managed to cover 121 yards.

The New York Giants were having trouble with their rush attempts. They only rushed 17 out of 63 plays. The opponent was clearly prepared to shut down their rushing strategy from the start. The Giants compensated by switching to a throw-based game, which was ably implemented by their reception leader and QB. However, it was not enough to outscore the tenacious opponent.

The Giants dished out a decent defense of their own, holding the opponent to only 63% throw completion rate. However, they fell short in the rush defense. The opponent got through 29 times, with some of these attempts connecting for a TD. The Giants can either improve their throw offense tactic or find ways to circumvent teams that emphasize rush defense.

Players to watch:

D. Jones QB 9 GP 187 CMP 297 ATT 63 CMP% 1984 YDS 6.7 AVG 243.6 YDS/G 75 LNG 15 TD 8 INT 32 SACK 247 SYL 54.5 QBR 88 RTG; S. Barkley RB 7 GP 101 ATT 402 YDS 4 AVG 59 LNG 3 BIG 2 TDS 57.4 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 19 FD   ; W. Gallman RB 9 GP 28 ATT 109 YDS 3.9 AVG 22 LNG 1 BIG 2 TDS 12.1 YDS/G 1 FUM 1 LST 6 FD ; E. Engram TE 8 GP 44 REC 68 TGTS 467 YDS 10.6 AVG 3 TD 75 LNG 4 BIG 58.4 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 254 YAC 23 FD ; G. Tate WR 6 GP 33 REC 50 TGTS 417 YDS 12.6 AVG 3 TD 64 LNG 3 BIG 69.5 YDS/G 1 FUM 1 LST 228 YAC 19 FD

Chicago Bears

The Bears floundered against the Los Angeles Rams. The gap in scoring was pretty huge, with a 17-7 scoreboard. QB Mitchell Trubisky patiently put in 24/43 and 190 air yards. He threw a TD and a pick. Tarik Cohen was the ground offense leader, with 9 carries at 39 yards. Taylor Gabriel received the ball 7 times and contributed 57 yards.

The Bears only rushed 24 out of 74 times. Like their upcoming opponent, they were also outclassed by a rush-choker defense. Their attempt to switch to throws didn’t work well. The Bears tried to compensate by tightening up their defense, which was partially successful. They held down the opponent to only 61% throw completion rate. However, their defense had significant gaps on the ground. The opponent got through 34 rush attempts.

The Bears need to brush up their rushing tactics if they plan to be relevant during the closing of this season. Why the Finals are definitely out of their reach, they need to give it everything they’ve got to get decent end-season stats.

Players to watch:

M. Trubisky QB 8 GP 152 CMP 239 ATT 63.6 CMP% 1390 YDS 5.8 AVG 180.5 YDS/G 53 LNG 8 TD 3 INT 22 SACK 137 SYL 37.6 QBR 85.2 RTG; D. Montgomery RB 9 GP 129 ATT 466 YDS 3.6 AVG 55 LNG 2 BIG 5 TDS 51.8 YDS/G 1 FUM 1 LST 26 FD   ; C. Patterson WR 9 GP 12 ATT 78 YDS 6.5 AVG 46 LNG 1 BIG 0 TDS 8.7 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 2 FD ; A. Robinson II WR 9 GP 53 REC 80 TGTS 618 YDS 11.7 AVG 3 TD 33 LNG 8 BIG 68.7 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 134 YAC 33 FD ; T. Gabriel WR 7 GP 21 REC 31 TGTS 277 YDS 13.2 AVG 4 TD 53 LNG 4 BIG 39.6 YDS/G 0 FUM 0 LST 58 YAC 13 FD

New York Giants vs Chicago Bears Betting Numbers

Trends

New York Giants

New York is 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games.
The total has gone OVER in 4 of NY Giants’ last 5 games.
New York is 0-6 SU in their last 6 games.
NY Giants are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games against Chicago.
NY Giants are 4-1 SU in their last 5 games against Chicago.

Chicago Bears

Bears are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games.
The total has gone UNDER in 12 of Chicago’s last 15 games.
Bears are 1-5 SU in their last 6 games.
The total has gone OVER in 10 of Chicago’s last 14 games against NY Giants.
The total has gone UNDER in 7 of Chicago’s last 8 games at home.

New York Giants vs Chicago Bears Betting Picks

Chicago will win, according to online betting sites USA. The predicted score is 13.6 versus 27. The score will cover the spread, with a total going over.