Several New York Giants stepped when it mattered most on Sunday in their 30-27 victory over the Chicago Bears.

Jason Leach

EAST RUTHERFORD, NEW JERSEY—The New York Giants picked up their fourth win of the season on Sunday as they defeated the NFC North-leading Chicago Bears 30-27 in overtime at MetLife Stadium.

It wasn’t a pretty win as the Giants made crucial mistakes and questionable play calling at the end of the game that led to the Giants blowing a 10-point lead in the final 1:49. As a result, the Giants were forced into an unexpected overtime period. But head coach Pat Shurmur rallied his troops and they made enough plays in overtime to come away with their third win in the last four games.

The offense, defense, and special teams all made pivotal plays in the victory, but only a few players deserve game balls.

Alec Ogletree

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Alec Ogletree set the tone on the second play of the game when he intercepted Chase Daniel and ran it back eight yards for a touchdown. Ogletree had another interception earlier in the second quarter when he intercepted a pass intended for Tarik Cohen at the Giants 14-yard line and ran it back to the 34-yard line.

Ogletree also had a team-high 10 tackles and had two pass defenses.

Saquon Barkley

Once again Saquon Barkley had an outstanding game. He finished the game with 125 yards on 24 carries against a Bears defense that was giving up just 80 yards per game on the ground. He also had three receptions for 21 yards.

His 22-yard run on the final drive of the first half put the Giants in position for Aldrick Rosas to kick franchise record 57-yard field goal before the end of the half. His 29-yard run on the first play of overtime helped spark what would be the game-winning drive.

Odell Beckham Jr.

Beckham had a quiet day catching the ball with just three receptions for 35 yards and a touchdown. Also, he didn’t dive for the ball on an onside kick that could have sealed the game.

But he made one of the biggest plays of the game when he threw a 49-yard touchdown to Russell Shepard to give the Giants a 17-14 lead in the third quarter. That play helped spark the Giants offense that had been stagnant in the first half.

Aldrick Rosas

Anytime you set a franchise record, you deserve a game ball. That’s what Rosas did on the final play of the first half when he kicked a 57-yard field goal to cut the Giants deficit to 14-10. On the day Rosas connected on all three of his field goal attempts including the game-winning 44-yard field goal in overtime.

B.J. Hill

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Hill’s teammates have been singing his praises since training camp, and on Sunday he had the best performance of his young career. He had a career-high three sacks to go along with three tackles.

Jason's first love was football while growing up in northern New Jersey. For the past three years, he has covered the New York Giants, as well as several boxing events along the East Coast.