Chicago scored 13 points in the fourth quarter to force extra time, tying it on a trick play that saw Tarik Cohen throw a touchdown pass to Anthony Miller as time expired in regulation. That evened things at 27-apiece, but the Bears could not put together another drive in overtime, which sealed their five-game winning streak coming to an end.
Chase Daniel got the start in a second straight game in place of Mitch Trubisky, who has been dealing with a shoulder injury since the Sunday night game against the Vikings. Daniel earned a win on Thanksgiving against the Detroit Lions, but came up short after throwing for 285 yards and a touchdown to Adam Shaheen in the first. He did have two interceptions on the day, as the Bears turned the ball over three times in the loss.
The Giants also used some trickery, as Odell Beckham Jr. threw his second touchdown pass of the season, finding Russell Shephard in the end zone in the third quarter. He also caught a one-yard score from Eli Manning, finishing with three catches for 35 yards. Saquon Barkley ran for 125 yards, but did not find the end zone, while Manning threw for 170 yards, as his one interception was the lone turnover for the Giants in their fourth win.
New York improved to just 2-4 at home this season, but they will hit the road next week against the Washington Redskins. Meanwhile, the Bears return home to host the Los Angeles Rams in a battle of first-place teams.