It wasn’t easy, but the Chicago Bears hung on to beat the New York Giants 19-14 at Soldier Field on Sunday afternoon.
Quarterback Mitchell Trubisky threw for 278 yards and a touchdown while rushing for another score in the victory. Allen Robinson hauled in six catches for 131 yards and a score on 10 targets.
As a team, the Bears were limited to just 65 rushing yards on 26 attempts. Tarik Cohen had 25 of those yards to lead the team, but David Montgomery struggled as he rushed for 22 yards on 13 carries.
Daniel Jones threw for 150 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the game. Running back Saquon Barkley was held to 59 yards on 17 carries for New York, averaging just 3.5 yards per carry in the loss.
Giants kicker Aldrick Rosas missed a pair of field goals in the game, costing the Giants dearly as they couldn't quite overcome a 19-7 fourth quarter deficit. Golden Tate hauled in a 23-yard touchdown catch with 4:17 remaining in the game on a 4th-and-18 conversion, making it 19-14.
The Bears went three-and-out on their next drive, but the Giants couldn't take advantage as they turned the ball over on downs and went down to their ninth defeat of the season.
The Bears won’t have long to savor the victory, as they’ll be back in action on Thanksgiving when they take on the Detroit Lions at Ford Field.