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What. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-6) vs. New York Giants (2-7)

When: Sun., Nov. 18, 1 p.m. ET

Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

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Announcers: Play-by-play – Thom Brennaman, color analyst – Chris Spielman, sideline reporter – Shannon Spake



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What to Know

The Giants will be playing at home against Tampa Bay at at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday. The Giants are expected to win — but not by much — so they will need to come into the game prepared for a fight.

The Giants have had to suffer through a five-game losing streak, but that streak is no more. A win is a win is a win, as they say, even a pretty close 27-23 win over San Francisco. No one put up better numbers for the Giants than Eli Manning, who brought his A game into the match. He passed for 188 yards and 3 touchdowns. Eli Manning has been on an absolute tear in each of their last three games.

Meanwhile, Tampa Bay have been struggling to pick up a victory, with their match against Washington last week making it three winless games in a row. Tampa Bay fell to Washington 3-16. Despite 215 more yards than Washington, Tampa Bay could not convert that extra yardage to scores.

The Giants’s victory lifted them to 2-7 while Tampa Bay’s defeat dropped them down to 3-6. Giving up four turnovers, Tampa Bay had trouble holding onto the ball. We’ll see if the Giants exploit that vulnerability.

The Buccaneers go back on the road for Week 11 as they set out to turn the tides on their season against the New York Giants. The Giants are coming off a short week, eking out a win over the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football this past week. They may have gotten the win but that also means limited recovery time after a cross-country trip across four times zones.

The Bucs take their high-powered offense into the Big Apple to take on the league’s 26th-ranked defense. The Giants are giving up an average of 367.2 yards per game, 244.7 of which is through the air. The Bucs are averaging 452.8 yards per game, which is absolutely ludicrous, and puts them on pace to finish with the most yards in a season in NFL history – yes, ahead of “The Greatest Show on Turf” – by a long shot.

It may be the Bucs’ defense that has its day, led by one man who has a little extra motivation in returning to New York. Defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul spent the last eight seasons as a Giant before he was traded by the team to Tampa Bay. While the Bucs are very glad to have him, he leads the team with eight sacks this season, and he is happy to be in Tampa, there’s a little bit of residual emotion leftover from his departure and he’ll be looking to show New York what it’s been missing in his first game facing off against his former team.