Eli Manning, New York Giants vs. Chicago Bears
Talk about an epic failure last week. Instead of capitalizing on a wounded Eagles secondary, the Giants outsmarted themselves–again. They won’t have a big weakness to exploit this week as the Bears have made short work of a lot of signal callers. They’ve had some hiccups along the way, with Khalil Mack not being healthy but they’ve managed to pick off the opposing quarterback twice or more, seven times including four straight heading into to Week 13. Also, only three quarterbacks have thrown for at least 275 yards against Chicago. After two promising weeks, and a major miss in Week 12, Manning’s chances at salvaging the season look to diminish with each passing week.