New York Giants: 2020 Schedule Release and Breakdown

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Week 2 at the Chicago Bears

The Giants will play their first road game of the 2020 season in week two against the Chicago Bears, yet another team they faced off against in 2019. In the Bears, they’re going up against a team they lost to by a final score of 19-14 last season.

The Bears finished the 2019 season at 8-8, but they enter the 2020 season as one of the biggest question marks in the NFL. For instance, we still don’t know who will be the starting quarterback in Chicago.

This off-season the Bears traded for Jaguars quarterback, Nick Foles, and they also declined the fifth-year option on Mitch Trubisky‘s contract. What this means is that beyond this season, the Bears have no idea who will be their quarterback.

A door is open for Nick Foles to win the starting job ahead of the 2020 season. It would make no sense to start Trubisky if he isn’t a Bear in 2021, but Foles will.

The 2020 Bears team thaBig Blue faces will be much different than the one they went up against in 2019. Not only could the quarterback be new, but the Bears also added Jimmy Graham at tight end who will likely play a significant role.

However, overall the Bears are still a very similar team going into 2020 as they were in 2019, which gives the Giants an excellent chance to win their week two match-up.

Although the Giants lost to the Bears in 2019, they held a third-quarter lead and kept the game close right until the very end before losing by only five points. If the Bears 2020 team is somewhat similar to their 2019 squad, then the Giants will have a chance to get revenge on the Bears.