The Chicago Bears (2-1) will battle the New York Giants (2-1) on Sunday in Week 4, where the Bears will be looking to win their second consecutive game in another favorable matchup.
The Bears are coming off a narrow 23-20 victory against the Houston Texans (0-2-1), where the passing game woes continued. But they found their strength in the NFL's second-best rushing attack and a defense that continues to take the ball away.
Meanwhile, the Giants are coming off a disappointing 23-16 loss to the Dallas Cowboys (2-1), which sent New York to its first loss. The Giants are also coming off a short week, which should be a benefit for Chicago.
The Bears are early 3.5-point road underdogs against the Giants, per Tipico Sportsbook, and this is a great opportunity for Chicago to build off their previous win.
Will the Bears finally fix their passing offense? Can Chicago's run defense contain Saquon Barkley and the fourth-ranked rushing attack? Will the Bears get to 3-1?
Who wins on Sunday?
Story originally appeared on Bears Wire