NFL Monday Night Football: Buccaneers Vs. GiantsPublished November 23, 2021 by Sol FH
The Bucs will try to beat the struggling Giants tonight at 1:15 in the Week 11 grand finale.
The Giants will most likely lose this game. Even though the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be without their star receiver Antonio Brown, they are big favorites to win tonight. Brady and the boys are 6-3 but they are coming off back-to-back losses, to Washington, and the Saints, respectively.
The Giants haven't found the recipe for victory nor consistency yet this year and are at 3-6 on the year. They have beaten the Raiders, the Panthers, and the Saints this season, but beating the Bucs is another story.
The Giants are in dead last place in the NFC East and haven't been able to find their stride this season, which has been the case for a few years now.
Tampa Bay will be without wide receiver Antonio Brown, as he is still recovering from his injury. Defensive tackle Vita Vea is still questionable after suffering a knee injury in their loss to Washington last week. Tight end Rob Gronkowski, cornerback Dee Delaney, and defensive tackle Rakeem Nuñez-Roches are all questionable.
The Giants have ruled out four players, including defensive back Logan Ryan, and another four players that appeared on the Giants' practice card this week are all listed as 'questionable.'
Brady continues to be incredible this season, passing for 2,870 yards and 27 touchdowns. He has thrown more than usual interceptions with seven over nine games. The talents of Mike Evans (41 receptions, 606 yards, and nine touchdowns) and Chris Godwin (57 receptions, 717 yards, and four touchdowns) have been incredible as Brown has been injured for part of the season.
NFL Monday Night Betting Odds
The Giants are well behind in the odds tonight as bet365 Sports has listed them at 5.25 for the underdog win. The Bucs are in the drivers' seat at 1.18 and they look like they will be able to breeze past the Giants.
The odds in this article at the bookmaker mentioned above were accurate at the time of writing, on November 22 at 7:45 GMT.