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New York Giants v Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Andrew Thomas hauls in a touchdown pass.
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Giants lose, 30-10. Full recap upcoming.

The rout is on: The Bucs turned another Daniel Jones interception into a 3-yard Ryan Succop field goal that made the score Tampa Bay 30, Giants 10 with 7:44 to play

Bucs capitalize on INT: Tampa Bay turned an interception by defensive lineman Steve McLendon on a terrible pass by Daniel Jones into a 40-yard Ryan Succop field goal and a 27-10 lead with 3:53 left in the third quarter.

Injury update:

Bucs take two-score lead: After stopping the Giants on fourth-and-1 at the Tampa Bay 26-yard line, the Buccaneers opened a two-touchdown lead. A 5-yard Tom Brady to Mike Evans pass capped a 10-play, 74-yard drive, making the score 24-10 Tampa Bay with 7:31 left in the third quarter.

Bucs lead at the half, 17-10: The Giants will get the ball to start the second half. Daniel Jones is 11 of 16 for 81 yards passing and a TD. Bucs QB Tom Brady is 20 of 29 for 198 yards with a touchdown and an interception.

Bucs back in the lead: Ronald Jones’ 6-yard run makes it 17-10 with 5:06 left in the first half.

Tie game: The Giants take advantage of an Adoree’ Jackson interception that gave them the ball at the Buccaneers’ 5-yard line to tie the game. Daniel Jones hit left tackle Andrew Thomas— yes, Thomas — for a 2-yard touchdown with 9:14 left in the half.

The Bucs went 79 yards in 18 plays for the Ryan Succop field goal and a seven-point lead.

Giants on the board: A 37-yard Graham Gano field goal got the Giants on the board, making the score 7-3 with 6:59 left in the first quarter. The Giants, league-worst in the red zone, went 56 yards in 13 plays and reached the Bucs 14-yard line, but had to settle for three points.

Tampa Bay takes early lead: The Buccaneers took the opening kickoff and went 73 yards in eight plays for an easy opening touchdown and a 7-0 lead with 11:09 left in the first quarter. The touchdown came on a 13-yard pass from Tom Brady to Chris Godwin.

Will the New York Giants be contenders or pretenders? That is really what is on the line for the Giants Monday night when they face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (ESPN, 8:15 p.m.).

The 3-6 Giants are 10.5-point underdogs to the home-standing 6-3 Buccaneers, who are the defending Super Bowl champions.

An upset of Tampa Bay would make the Giants 4-6. Seven teams make the conference playoffs, and right now the final two wild-card spots are held by the Minnesota Vikings, who are both 5-5. A victory would put the Giants within a game of the final wild-card spot, in a cluster of eight teams with 5-5 or 4-6 records.

A loss and the Giants sit at 3-7, joining the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears. The only team in the NFC with a worse won-loss record is the 0-9-1 Detroit Lions.

The Giants will be buoyed by the return of left tackle Andrew Thomas, who was activated from IR on Monday, and running back Saquon Barkley, who will play after missing four games with an ankle injury.

Logan Ryan, on the Reserve/COVID-19 list, will not play for the Giants.

Use this as your discussion thread throughout the game.



WR Sterling Shepard (quad)
FB Cullen Gillaspia (calf)
DB Nate Ebner (knee)
LB Oshane Ximines
LB Lorenzo Carter (ankle/illness)
OL Wes Martin
TE Kaden Smith


The Buccaneers will be without wide receiver Antonio Brown and defensive tackle Vita Vea, but tight end Rob Gronkowski is active.

QB Kyle Trask
S Andrew Adams
LS Carson Tinker
DL Vita Vea
G Nick Leverett
Wr Antonio Brown

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Giants 2021 regular season schedule

Week 1 (L) — Denver 27, Giants 13
Week 2 (L) — Washington 30 Giants 29
Week 3 (L) — Atlanta 17, Giants 14
Week 4 (W) — Giants 27, Saints 21 (OT)
Week 5 (L) — Cowboys 44, Giants 20
Week 6 (L) — Rams 38, Giants 11
Week 7 (W) — Giants 25, Panthers 3
Week 8 (L) — Chiefs 20, Giants 17
Week 9 (W) — Giants 23, Raiders 16
Week 10 — Bye
Week 11 (Mon., Nov. 22) — at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8:15 p.m., ESPN)
Week 12 (Mon., Nov. 28) — vs. Philadelphia Eagles (1 p.m., FOX)
Week 13 (Sun., Dec. 5) — at Miami Dolphins (1 p.m., FOX)
Week 14 (Sun., Dec. 12) — at Los Angeles Chargers (4:05 p.m., FOX)
Week 15 (Sun., Dec. 19) — vs. Dallas Cowboys (1 p.m., FOX)
Week 16 (Sun., Dec. 26) — @ Eagles (1 p.m., FOX)
Week 17 (Sun., Jan. 2) — @ Chicago Bears (1 p.m., FOX)
Week 18 (Sun., Jan. 9) — vs. Washington Football Team (1 p.m., FOX)