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The New York Giants (2-1) take on the Chicago Bears (2-1) at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, October 2, 2022.
The Bears are underdogs, but by less than a touchdown (+3.5), against the Giants (with an over/under of 39 points).
Game Info, Betting Lines for New York Giants vs. Chicago Bears
- Game Day: Sunday, October 2, 2022
- Game Time: 1:00 PM ET
- TV Channel: FOX
- Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
- Stadium: MetLife Stadium
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Betting Insights for Giants
- The Giants are 2-1-0 against the spread this season.
- The Giants have combined with their opponent to hit the over in one of three games with a set total (33.3%).
Stats & Insights for Giants
- The Giants rank 21st in total offense (331.7 yards per game) and 16th in total defense (341.7 yards allowed per game) this year.
- The Giants are putting up 18.7 points per game on offense (18th in NFL), and they rank 12th on defense with 19.7 points allowed per game.
- The Giants have been a bottom-five pass offense this season, ranking third-worst with 162.3 passing yards per contest. Defensively, they are ranked 10th in the NFL (203.3 passing yards allowed per game).
- The Giants have the 25th-ranked defense this season in terms of rushing yards (138.3 rushing yards allowed per game), and they’ve been better on the other side of the ball, ranking fourth-best with 169.3 rushing yards per game.
- The Giants have struggled on third down, ranking fourth-worst in the NFL (28.2%) this season. However, they rank fourth-best on the defensive side of the ball, allowing a 27.8% third-down conversion rate.
- The Giants are giving up 5.9 yards per play on the defensive side of the ball (18th in the NFL), while accumulating 5.5 per play (18th in the league) on offense this season.
- The Giants own the 13th-ranked turnover margin in the NFL at even, forcing three turnovers (18th in NFL) while turning it over three times (eighth in NFL).
Giants’ Best Players
- Daniel Jones: 560 PASS YDS / 186.7 YPG / 64.1% / 3 TD / 2 INT / 25 CAR / 125 RUSH YDS / 0 TD
- Saquon Barkley: 53 CAR / 317 YDS / 105.7 YPG / 2 TD / 13 REC / 91 YDS / 30.3 YPG / 0 TD
- Sterling Shepard: 13 REC / 154 YDS / 51.3 YPG / 1 TD
- Richie James Jr.: 14 REC / 146 YDS / 48.7 YPG / 0 TD
- Oshane Ximines: 11 TKL / 1 TFL / 1 SACK / 1 PD
- Julian Love: 25 TKL / 2 TFL / 1 SACK
- Barkley: 0 TKL
Betting Insights for Bears
- The Bears are 1-1-1 against the spread this season.
- When they have played as at least 3.5-point underdogs this season, the Bears are 1-1 against the spread.
- One of the Bears’ three games with a set total has hit the over (33.3%).
Stats & Insights for Bears
- The Bears’ offense has been a bottom-five unit in total offense this season, registering 265 total yards per game, which ranks worst in the NFL. Defensively, they rank 20th with 358 total yards ceded per contest.
- The Bears are accumulating 17.3 points per contest on offense this season (20th-ranked). Meanwhile, they are giving up 19 points per game (11th-ranked) on defense.
- The Bears’ passing offense has been bottom-five this season, putting up 78.3 passing yards per game, which ranks worst in the NFL. Defensively, they rank ninth with 201 passing yards ceded per contest.
- The Bears rank third-worst in rushing yards allowed per game on defense (157), but at least they’ve been getting things done on the offensive side of the ball, ranking second-best in rushing yards per game (186.7).
- In terms of third-down efficiency, the Bears rank 23rd in the NFL (34.3% third-down conversion rate) and 20th on the other side of the ball (42.1% third-down rate allowed).
- From an offensive standpoint, the Bears are posting 5.4 yards per play (22nd-ranked). They rank 18th in the NFL defensively (5.9 yards given up per play).
- At +1, the Bears own the 11th-ranked turnover margin in the NFL, with five forced turnovers (seventh in NFL) and four turnovers committed (16th in NFL).
Best Players for Bears
- Khalil Herbert: 33 CAR / 240 YDS / 80 YPG / 3 TD / 4 REC / 13 YDS / 4.3 YPG / 0 TD
- David Montgomery: 35 CAR / 159 YDS / 53 YPG / 0 TD / 5 REC / 38 YDS / 12.7 YPG / 0 TD
- Equanimeous St. Brown: 4 REC / 77 YDS / 25.7 YPG / 1 TD
- Dante Pettis: 1 REC / 51 YDS / 17 YPG / 1 TD
- Cole Kmet: 2 REC / 40 YDS / 13.3 YPG / 0 TD
- Trevis Gipson: 7 TKL / 2 TFL / 2 SACK / 1 PD
- Roquan Smith: 36 TKL / 2 TFL / 0.5 SACK / 1 INT / 2 PD
- Eddie Jackson: 21 TKL / 1 TFL / 2 INT / 2 PD