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The Chris and Joe Show breaks down the Giants’ 32-31 comeback win in Tampa

Taking a closer look at the Giants’ upset win over the Buccaneers

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The New York Giants got their first win of the season in dramatic fashion, coming back from an 18-point deficit at the half to upset the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

That it was also the debut performance of rookie quarterback Daniel Jones makes the game even more remarkable.

We offered our quick takeaways from the win immediately following the game, but now the Chris and Joe Show is back to more fully break down the good and the bad of the Giants’ performance after getting the chance to re-watch the game in detail.

In This Podcast

  • News from the game - Saquon Barkley’s ankle injury

Offense

Positives

  • Daniel Jones and his mobility.
  • The play of Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram, and Darius Slayton.

Negatives

  • Jones’ pocket presence and ball security.
  • Nate Solder, and the offensive line in general.

Defense

Positives

  • The pass rush came to play.
  • Tighter coverage and improved CB play.

Negatives

  • Soft coverage in the first half.
  • The Giants still can’t cover a tight end.

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