The previously undefeated Bears couldn’t get out of the way of the freight train that was the Giants front four. New York knocked out early season star QB Jay Cutler by concussing his head.
They then took aim at backup Todd Collins, knocking his 38-year-old body to the ground and sending him out of the game as well.
Complete NFL scores after the jump.
The Giants’ sack total was two shy of the league record, which the Giants tied in 2007 in a Sunday night game against Donovan McNabb and the Philadelphia Eagles. Umenyiora had six that night.
‘It’s fun to watch our defense when they are doing that,’ Giants quarterback Eli Manning(notes) said. ‘When they get the sacks, it gets the crowd fired up. They set the tempo early on in the game, played outstanding. We had to help them out sometime and we did a decent job.’ Via Yahoo Sports
With the Bears’ loss, only one NFL team remains undefeated.
The Kansas City Chiefs.
Yep. The Chiefs.
Meanwhile, the Giants’ impressive win vaults them back into a wide open NFC race.
NFL Week 4 Results:
Atlanta 16, San Francisco 14
New York Jets 38, Buffalo 14
Baltimore 17, Pittsburgh 14
New Orleans 16, Carolina 14
Denver 26, Tennessee 20
Cleveland 23, Cincinnati 20
Green Bay 28, Detroit 26
St. Louis 20, Seattle 3
Jacksonville 31, Indianapolis 28
Houston 31, Oakland 24
San Diego 41, Arizona 10
Washington 17, Philadelphia 12
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