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New York Giants: Week Two Matchup & Prediction

Saquon Barkley, New York Giants. (Photo by Rob Leiter/Getty Images)
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The New York Giants and Chicago Bears will face off in week two of the 2020 NFL season.

The New York Giants will enter their week two matchup with the Chicago Bears following a week one primetime match-up against the Steelers. The Bears are a team that the Giants faced off with in 2019, a game they should’ve won.

The Giants went onto lose 19-14 in their week 12 game against the Bears last season, but in 2020 both teams are much different. The Bears could potentially have a new quarterback in Nick Foles under center, and the Giants have changed in numerous ways as well.

This being said, although the two played last season, the matchup will likely be much different. Last season when the two faced off, the Giants got the ball back down 19-14 with 3:37 left in the game, but unfortunately failed to get the job done.

The Giants trailed for the entirety of this game but were still in a good position to win down the stretch. After moving the ball 29 yards, the Giants turned the ball over on downs and the Bears went onto win this game.

Now, the Giants will have an opportunity to get some revenge on Chicago with an updated and improved team. The Bears on the other hand (with the exception of potentially their quarterback) are very similar to their 2019 squad.

This offseason the Bears added Jimmy Graham at tight end, Ted Ginn jr. at wide receiver, Nick Foles at quarterback, plus several other players.

That being said, the Bears are still very similar to their team from last season which might give the Giants an advantage. So without further ado; here is how the Giants offense lines up against the Bears defense.