The Giants rushed for over 100 yards and the defense shut down the Chicago running game as the Giants beat the Bears 22-16.

Its never easy but you can't say the New York Giants don't make it exciting, keeping most of us on the edge of our chairs, but the team is finding ways to finish games, something they failed miserably at last year.

The Big Blue defense came through once again on a tradition blustery game day in the meadowlands, down by 7 at the half, the Giants shut out the Bears in the second half and sacked Jay Cutler four times.

The Giants managed to get over 100 years on the ground, it wasn't pretty but it helped eat up some of the clock and force Chicago into a hurry up in their last possession which ended with a Giants interceptions by safety Landon Collins with 1:11 remaining to seal the giants fifth consecutive win.

Eli Manning connected with Victor Cruz for a 48 yard catch and run setting up a 9 yards touchdown pass to Will Tye.

The Giants will try to make it six in a row as they travel to Cleveland to take on the winless Browns on Sunday, catch all the action with Bob Papa and company starting with the Pre-Game show beginning at 12 Noon and keep it here after the game for head coach Ben McAdoo's press conference and team interviews on your station for NY Giants Football 991 the whale.

Go Giants!