The Giants were defeated 10-30 on Monday night, putting Tampa Bay up 7-3 on the season. Meanwhile, New York finished the season 3-7. Tampa wasted little time in getting started after suffering two consecutive losses.
Tom Brady connected with Chris Godwin on a 13-yard touchdown throw early in the first quarter, capping off an outstanding 8-play, 73-yard opening drive. The Giants fought back and eventually got on the board due to Graham Gano’s 37-yard field goal. The Bucs led 7-3 at the end of the quarter.
With a 25-yard field goal in the second quarter, Tampa upped the score to 10-3. The drive lasted 18 plays and covered 76 yards.
Adoree Jackson intercepted Tom Brady’s throw to Mike Evans, giving the Giants the ball at the Buccaneers’ 5-yard line. After Andrew Thomas’ touchdown reception from Jackson, the Giants tie the game at 10-10. After a 6-yard touchdown run by Ronald Jones, Tampa restored the lead. The score is 17-10 at halftime.
In the third quarter, Brady delivers a 5-yard touchdown pass to Godwin, putting the Bucs up by 24 points. Following another 40-yard field goal, the Bucs complete the quarter with a score of 27, while the Giants remain at ten. Ryan Succop added another field goal in the fourth quarter. This 30-yard kick raised the score to 30-10, where it will remain until time runs out.
Why did the Buccaneers celebrate a win over a 3-7 team?
Throughout the Buccaneers’ 30-10 triumph over the Giants at Raymond James Stadium on Monday, players celebrated the great relief of a long wait being ended, each surviving what felt like their own personal eternity.
It started with quarterback Tom Brady, who had gone 29 days without a win-loss, bye week, loss, then waiting an extra day for Monday night – the worst winless streak he had experienced inside a season since 2002.
Is this Jason Garrett’s final play with the Giants?
Joe Judge, the head coach of the New York Giants, was asked several times this season if he planned to make any changes to his play-callers.
He provided a direct response each time. When asked two weeks ago if he expected to make any changes during the team’s bye week, Judge responded, “No, not at this time, we’re not.”
Judge avoided making a similarly falsifiable remark following Monday’s 30-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The 3-7 Giants struggled in every area, but the offensive effort was so bad that offensive coordinator Jason Garrett might have called his final plays for the organization.
“We’ll review everything as a team and make any necessary moves moving forward,” Judge said when asked whether he still believed in Garrett.
Who is to blame for the Giants’ loss?
Joe Judge blamed the coaching staff for the loss. Jason Garrett’s job security appears to be more precarious than ever. Previously, whenever. Raised a concern regarding Garrett’s job security, Judge said no. When questioned about it tonight, he was rejected many times.
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