How to Watch Giants vs. Bears, NFL Week 12 Live Stream, Schedule, TV Channel, Start Time

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The New York Giants (2-8) look to steal a win from the Bears (4-6) Sunday afternoon at Soldier Field. The Giants have won the last two games, both at MetLife Stadium, and four of the last five, including a 30-27 overtime thriller last season.

Giants vs. Bears

When: Sunday, November 24

Time: 1: 00 p.m. ET

TV: FOX

Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)

A bye week may be exactly what the Giants needed as they prepare for the Chicago Bears this weekend. New York has lost six in a row, including a 34-27 loss at the hands of the Jets. Daniel Jones was impressive with 308 yards passing and four touchdowns. The team’s first round pick definitely has the talent but needs more help from his supporting cast, including running back Saquon Barkley. Barkley had 13 carries and one yard against the Jets. In his first two games, he had over 200 yards rushing and has 175 in the five games since. However, he’s been plagued with a severe sprained ankle. Darius Slayton and Golden Tate combined for 216 yards and two scores last game and will need to step up against the Bears.

Chicago could use a win as well to build momentum for the rest of the season. After a solid start to the year, the Bears have lost five of their last six, including a 17-7 road loss against the Rams. Mitch Trubisky completed 24 of 43 passes for 190 yards, one touchdown, one interception and was sacked three times. Trubisky left late in the game with a hip injury and Chase Daniel took over. Daniel was the quarterback the last time these two teams met while Trubisky missed the game due to a shoulder injury. The Bears running game has also been inconsistent. Tarik Cohen and David Montgomery were both limited to under 40 yards, while Taylor Gabriel led the team with seven catches for 57 yards. Lack of offensive production has been a theme for the Bears during this stretch and will need to improve if they want to get back over the .500 mark.

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The Bears’ defense has been a staple of this franchise for many years. This year’s group is fourth in points allowed (17.4) and eighth in total yards allowed (322.9). Opponents are doubling up on Khalil Mack, and rightfully so. Roquan Smith stepped up last week with 11 tackles and one interception. If Mack, Smith and company can disrupt Jones’ rhythm, it will be a long day for the Giants.

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