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Buccaneers 25, Giants 23: Stats, Snap Counts As Giants Lose Again

Buccaneers 25, Giants 23: Stats, Snap Counts As Giants Lose Again

Who played, how much, and how well, in the Giants’ loss to the Buccaneers The New York Giants went to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday with their season hanging by a thread. Once again the offense sputtered in the first quarter and the defense failed them in the fourth quarter and the team has fallen to 0-4. As difficult as the Giants have been to watch this year, even losses can be instructive. For instance, a couple players, like Wayne Gallman and D.J. Fluker saw their first action on the field, and we saw both the offense and defense shuffled by injury. What can the stats and...
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Giants-Bucs “Kudos & Wet Willies” Review

Giants-Bucs “Kudos & Wet Willies” Review

Who deserves praise and who deserves criticism after the New York Giants’ 25-23 loss on Sunday to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Well, you know how we handle that question. Let’s take a look with our traditional “Kudos & Wet Willies” review. Kudos to ... Eli Manning — Sunday was about as well as Manning can play. He was 30-of-49 for 288 yards and had at least four passes (two by Odell Beckham Jr. and two by Brandon Marshall) dropped. He ran for a 14-yard score, the longest running TD of his career, and passed for two scores. He was never intercepted. He threw some...
Bucs Nation Oct 2, 2017
Six winners, three losers for the Buccaneers against the Giants

Six winners, three losers for the Buccaneers against the Giants

The Bucs had plenty to celebrate in their close win over the Giants. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers jumped to 2-1 by beating the New York Giants on a last-second field goal. A few things went wrong during the game, but a 25-23 win is still a win—and we have plenty of good and bad things to talk about. So let’s do that! Winners Jameis Winston Winston had his best game of the season, and perhaps one of the best games of his career. Three touchdowns, no turnovers, one sack, 8.7 yards per attempt—really good numbers, and a quality performance. The starkest difference with previous weeks were...
Newsday Oct 2, 2017

Odell Beckham in middle of rally but gets a little dinged up

TAMPA, Fla. -- Midway through the fourth quarter, with the Giants trailing the Buccaneers 22-17, they needed a big play, the kind that Odell Beckham Jr. has become famous for producing.
FOX Sports Oct 2, 2017
Winston leads 4th-quarter comeback, Bucs beat Giants 25-23

Winston leads 4th-quarter comeback, Bucs beat Giants 25-23

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) There's no secret formula for Jameis Winston's success with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
FOX Sports Oct 1, 2017
Folk redeems himself with 34-yard FG to beat Giants 25-23 (Oct 01, 2017)

Folk redeems himself with 34-yard FG to beat Giants 25-23 (Oct 01, 2017)

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) The Buccaneers insist their confidence in Nick Folk never wavered.
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Giants-Bucs Final Score: Ten Things We Learned In Giants’ 25-23 Loss

Giants-Bucs Final Score: Ten Things We Learned In Giants’ 25-23 Loss

Mostly, we learned that the Giants’ season is over. Really over. What did we learn Sunday from the New York Giants’ 25-23 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? The Giants Are Cooked Stick a fork in ‘em. They are over. Done. Finished. Toast. Dead. The Giants are 0-4. Only one team, the 1992 San Diego Chargers, has made the playoffs after starting 0-4. This team isn’t making the playoffs. The have gotten better on offense, but still leave too many points off the board. Special teams is killing them. The defense can’t get stops when they are needed. Nick Folk (two missed field goals and...
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Buccaneers 25, Giants 23 — Post-Game Quotebook: What The Giants Are Saying

Buccaneers 25, Giants 23 — Post-Game Quotebook: What The Giants Are Saying

Players react to fourth-straight defeat, 0-4 start What were players for the New York Giants saying after Sunday’s fourth-straight loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that dropped their record to 0-4? Let’s go around the locker room and find out. Wayne Gallman on his birthday performance ... “You know, it’s satisfying getting the individual opportunities,” Gallman said. “But what you want most is a win for the team and too bad we weren’t able to do that.” B.J. Goodson on the final drive ... “You know, it was a series of things that came up,” Goodson said. “We gotta find...
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Buccaneers 25, Giants 23: Two Winners, Three Losers As Giants’ Season Effectively Ends

Buccaneers 25, Giants 23: Two Winners, Three Losers As Giants’ Season Effectively Ends

What were the bright spots in the Giants’ fourth straight loss? The New York Giants are 0-4, and their season is now likely over. They might win some games from here, but they would need a miraculous, herculean, effort to make the playoffs. An effort of which they do not appear to be capable, and their season is likely effectively over. There were a couple bright spots to be found, and more than a couple losers that need calling out. Winner - Eli Manning’s Speed By far the brightest moment of the game was Eli Manning’s rushing touchdown. It was the longest of his career, one of his...
Bucs Nation Oct 1, 2017
Jameis Winston leads Buccaneers to comeback win over Giants

Jameis Winston leads Buccaneers to comeback win over Giants

Nick Folk missed three kicks, but hit the game-winner as time expired. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the New York Giants in a nailbiter as Jameis Winston led the Bucs to a last-minute comeback win in a game that should never have been that close. The Bucs dominated the Giants early on, but kicking woes prevented them from really putting the game away. Instead, Eli Manning led his team back as he kept finding Odell Beckham Jr. down the field. But Winston had the last laugh, as he led his team down the field and Nick Folk hit the chip shot to give the Bucs a 25-23 win. Jameis Winston had a...
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Giants’ Injury News: Olivier Vernon Aggravates Injured Ankle

Giants’ Injury News: Olivier Vernon Aggravates Injured Ankle

Checking the Giants’ injury situation New York Giants defensive end Olivier Vernon, playing despite an ankle injury that limited him during practice all week, re-aggravated the ankle in the first half against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Vernon has been ruled out. Kerry Wynn started the second half in Vernon’s place. Odell Beckham Jr. suffered a finger injury that looked quite painful, perhaps a dislocation, during the second quarter. He returned to the game. Wide receiver Brandon Marshall went to the locker room late in the second quarter for an IV. Right tackle Justin Pugh left briefly...
Bucs Nation Oct 1, 2017
Can a healthier Bucs team beat the New York Giants?

Can a healthier Bucs team beat the New York Giants?

The Bucs got a lot of players back from injury. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were not a very healthy team last week. They were missing Kwon Alexander, Chris Baker, Jacquies Smith and Brent Grimes and saw almost every other defensive starter leave the game at one point or another. That’s part of the reason why they suffered a blowout loss. So with a slightly healthier team this week, can the Bucs bounce back? Kwon Alexander is still absent and Lavonte David and T.J. Ward have joined him, but Grimes, Smith and Baker return to action, and they are unlikely to be decimated by injury again....
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Giants At Buccaneers Inactives List: Olivier Vernon Active, D.J. Fluker To Start

Giants At Buccaneers Inactives List: Olivier Vernon Active, D.J. Fluker To Start

Giants’ inactive list Sunday has been a busy day for the New York Giants when it comes to injury news. First it was reported that Olivier Vernon and Jonathan Casillas were expected to play despite being listed as “Questionable” and “game time decisions”. Close on the heels of that was the report that free agent guard D.J. Fluker would be getting the start at right guard, while John Jerry moves to left guard to fill in for Brett Jones, who is dealing with a hip injury, and that Justin Pugh would remain at right tackle. Now we finally know who will, and will not, be playing...
Bucs Nation Oct 1, 2017
Brent Grimes, Jacquies Smith active, Lavonte David out for Buccaneers

Brent Grimes, Jacquies Smith active, Lavonte David out for Buccaneers

The inactives for the Buccaneers and Giants are in. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will suit up against the New York Giants without starting linebackers Lavonte David and Kwon Alexander, as well as Pro Bowl safety T.J. Ward. Other than those three players, though, the Bucs are entirely healthy. Most notably, cornerback Brent Grimes will play after missing last week’s game. Defensive end Jacquies Smith will also play for the first time since game one of 2016 (!), while defensive tackle Chris Baker returns from the flu and defensive end Noah Spence plays through a shoulder injury. Kendell...
FOX Sports Oct 1, 2017
Preview: Buccaneers try to solve Eli Manning in matchup with reeling Giants

Preview: Buccaneers try to solve Eli Manning in matchup with reeling Giants

Eli Manning is 5-0 against the Bucs, including a 24-14 playoff victory in Tampa that began the 2007 Giants' Super Bowl run.
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Giants At Buccaneers Report: D.J. Fluker To Start At Right Guard

Giants At Buccaneers Report: D.J. Fluker To Start At Right Guard

The Giants will see a third offensive line combination in three weeks. Jordan Ranaan of ESPN is reporting that the New York Giants will shake up their offensive line yet again and start free agent D.J. Fluker at right guard. #Giants set to have 3rd O-line combo in 4 games. DJ Fluker to start at RG, John Jerry at LG, Pugh at RT, per sources https://t.co/aC990VyeqW— Jordan Raanan (@JordanRaanan) October 1, 2017 The move leaves the offensive line looking like this: Left Tackle: Ereck Flowers Left Guard: John Jerry Center: Weston Richburg Right Guard: D.J. Fluker Right Tackle: Justin...
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Odell Beckham Won’t Be Benched, Disciplined By New York Giants

Odell Beckham Won’t Be Benched, Disciplined By New York Giants

As expected After his penalized on-field celebration led to a chat with owner John Mara, the New York Giants won’t bench or give any on-field discipline to Odell Beckham Jr. for today’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Beckham was fined $12,154 by the NFL for his peeing like a dog celebration last week against the Philadelphia Eagles. Mara, who said he was “very unhappy” with Beckham’s display, met with the star receiver this week. This news goes along with what coach Ben McAdoo said earlier in the week, that the team would have a plan in place for any future...
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Giants At Bucs 2017, Week 4: Game Time, TV Channel, Odds, Live Stream, Injuries, More

Giants At Bucs 2017, Week 4: Game Time, TV Channel, Odds, Live Stream, Injuries, More

Everything you need to know for Sunday’s game It’s been a rough — and unexpected — start to the season for the 0-3 New York Giants. We know, though, that you will be in front of your TV for the game Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Here is everything you need to know to watch, listen to, and wager on Sunday’s game. Game Details What: Giants (0-3) at Buccaneers (1-1) When: Sunday, Oct. 1 Where: Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Fla. Game Time: 4:05 p.m. ET TV: FOX Announcers: Kenny Albert, Tiki Barber, Ronde Barber, Kristina Pink Online Streaming: All of your legal streaming...
Bucs Nation Oct 1, 2017
How to watch Giants vs. Buccaneers

How to watch Giants vs. Buccaneers

The Bucs and Giants face off later today. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers play the New York Giants today. Both teams are in a somewhat miserable state: the 1-1 Bucs are coming off a disheartening blowout loss to the Minnesota Vikings, while the New York Giants are 0-3, coming off at least a competitive loss. The Bucs defense looked particularly bad last week, while Jameis Winston has yet to turn his explosive weapons into an explosive passing games. The offense may need a little time to gel and more of a running game to really be productive, but the defense’s issues are also injury-related....

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