Chicago Bears jump all over the New York Giants — and Robert Quinn sets a franchise record — en route to a 29-3 win in their home finale

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CHICAGO — The Chicago Bears defense made sure the fans who sat through the cold at this season’s Soldier Field finale on Sunday had a memorable game to watch, even if it was a meaningless one. The Bears had four takeaways — including two in the first four minutes of the game — and a safety to fuel a 29-3 victory over the New York Giants. Bears outside linebacker Robert Quinn had a strip-sack against former Bears quarterback Mike Glennon in the fourth quarter for his 18th sack this season — breaking the Bears’ record of 17 ½ set by Richard Dent in 1984. The Giants recovered that fumble, but out…

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