The Giants overcame a sloppy first half to get their sixth straight win and beat the visiting Chicago Bears. When NFL fans think of the Bears and the Giants, they think of cold weather, hard nosed defense, and big time hits. This wasn’t the 85’ Bears or the 86’ Giants, but both teams showcased def

Keep an eye on: How the mighty have fallen on. I’m keeping an eye on this tight end situation. Will Tye seems fully entrenched as a starter. As long as rookie Jerell Adams keeps improving, he will be part of the 46 man active game day roster. Larry Donnell however, seems to be way down in the pecking order. With his targets and snaps dropping each week, he was finally inactive yesterday. The Giants will keep him around because they have no choice. He’s still a player with raw ability but right now, the team needs players that can perform week-to-week.

Up Next: Next week the Giants will depart for Cleveland to take on the win less Browns. This is the trap game of all trap games. The Browns are playing for the number one draft pick in the 2017 draft. However, they certainly don’t want to go win less. Hue Jackson, who was slated to interview with the Giants before the Browns made him an offer this past off season, has this group playing very chippy. With bigger things down the stretch, the Giants MUST take care of business.

Happy Thanksgiving Giants Fans. Lets keep it going!