New York Giants Crush Chicago: 10 Sacks in Rout of Bears

October 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For anyone watching Sunday night's contest between the Chicago Bears and the New York Giants, it was clear that it was one of the sloppiest and offensively offensive contests in recent memory.

And that's just how the Giants want it.
The New York Giants won Super Bowl XLII on the backs on performances just like last nights. The offense will come around and score enough points to win, and the defense, specifically the pass rush, will flat out dominate.

The Bears, formerly a 3-0 team and considered to be a playoff team by many, left East Rutherford, New Jersey a broken, beaten, and battered squad.

While much of the blame can be laid on the Bears for beating themselves with a poor game plan and even poorer decision making by Jay Cutler, enough cannot be said about how the Giants asserted their dominance in this game.
With nine first-half sacks, an NFL record, the Giants simply manhandled the offensive line of the Bears while consistently putting Jay Cutler o...

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