In a game that is shaping up as a shootout the New York Giants trail the Chicago Bears, 24-14, at halftime of the Thursday Night Football game.
The began in what has become typical Giants' fashion, with Eli Manning throwing interceptions on the Giants' first two possessions, including one that went for a pick 6.
Some hard running from Brandon Jacobs (12 carries, 57 yards) and a 37-yard touchdown pass from Manning to Rueben Randle the Giants have made this one a game. Manning finished the half 9-of-14 for 152 yards with a touchdown and the two picks.
Jay Culter has completed 13-of-18 passes for 179 yards and two touchdown passes, both to Brandon Marshall.
The Giants are trying to avoid their first 0-6 start since 1976, and trying not to become the first NFL team to give up 30 or more points in its first six games.
New Giants Jon Beason and John Conner have each played significant roles thus far.
The Bears get the ball to start the second half.