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Stock up, down after Giants' 19-14 loss to Bears

For the first time in franchise history, the New York Giants were able to accomplish something, although it wasn’t exactly an honor to be proud of.

The Giants have lost every game played in the months of October and November, falling to the Chicago Bears, 19-14, on Sunday at Soldier Field.

The last game the Giants won came back in September against the Washington Redskins, which seems like a million years ago given how the last two months of the season have transpired — a horrendous down spiral.

With that said, whose stock is up and down for the Giants following the loss to the Bears.? Let’s take a look.

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Stock up: Markus Golden

With each passing game, Golden continues to show that he is, in fact, back to his former double-digit sack self.

Golden added another sack to his 2019 total, which is rests at 7.5. He also had a few batted balls at the line of scrimmage and several pressures, making his presence known and felt on defense.

Given the way his season has gone, Golden is going to be in line for a much bigger payday and if the Giants were smart about it, they would sign him to a contract extension immediately.

Stock down: Aldrick Rosas

A year ago. Rosas was an All-Pro kicker and looked like he finally had turned the corner as far as his career goes. A year later, Rosas has reverted back to the guy we saw in 2017, making critical mistakes and costly misses.

Rosas missed two field goals, although granted, one was due to a botched snap. But the miss still goes to Rosas’ record, plus he’s had a tendency for missing kicks over the last few games.

To go along with the two missed field goals, Rosas also had a kickoff go out of bounds.

Rosas is struggling, and if he continues, he might find himself out of a job really soon.

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