Bears at Giants live stream: How to watch online
Looking to keep pace within the competitive NFC East division, the New York Giants will host the Chicago Bears on Sunday in Week 11. Here is how you can watch.
One game that should not be overlooked this week is an NFC battle between the Chicago Bears and the New York Giants. This is a must-win game for the Giants who are still in the playoff hunt.
Kickoff from MetLife Stadium is set for 2 p.m. ET. Fox will have the telecast with a live stream option available through FOX Sports Go.
Chicago is basically playing for pride at this point in the season. They come into Sunday’s game boasting a 2-7 record, good for last place in the NFC North. The Bears have just lost top wide receiver Alshon Jeffery to suspension and top offensive lineman Kyle Long to injured reserve, so they will face the Giants with a depleted lineup.
They will need a big game from rookie running back Jordan Howard, who eclipsed 100 yards last week for the fourth time this season.
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New York is riding a four-game win streak, and sitting at 6-3 they are two games behind the division-leading Dallas Cowboys. Although they have won their last few games, the play of their future Hall of Fame quarterback has been subpar.
Eli Manning has thrown two interceptions per game in their last three out of four games, and he will need to do more to get past this Bears squad. Although Chicago seems to be reeling at this point in the season, it is important that the Giants don’t overlook them.
Date: Sunday, November 20
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET
Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
Venue: MetLife Stadium
TV Info: Fox
Live Stream: foxsportsgo.com
This game could go either way, but it could also turn into a blowout for the Bears. They will need to give an all-out defensive effort to slow down star receiver Odell Beckam Jr.
In his last four games, Beckham has 414 yards and five touchdowns, so they will need a big performance to keep their wild card playoffs hopes alive.
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