Our defense is a lot better than the Giants defense, however, Eli Manning and Odell Becham, Jr. create a Montana to Rice type of partnership that can defy most any defense thrown at them. But they have not faced Kwon Alexander yet. With how our secondary performed last week, being significantly better than the weeks before, I believe they will improve and play better this Sunday against the Giants. The Giants will have difficulty reaching Jameis Winston, allowing Jameis time to survey the field. The Giants play poorly against the run so Doug Martin should have another good game. The Giants tough red zone defense will likely put Connor Barth in the position to have to win this game. I Like Tampa to Take charge at home and the secondary holds on tight winning this one, 24-36.
“The Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-4) will look to put consecutive wins together for the first time since 2013 when they host the New York Giants (4-4) on Sunday. The Buccaneers are 0-6 straight-up in their last six games following a victory and have also dropped 11 of their past 12 home games to go along with a 3-9 mark against the spread.” – Reported by OddShark
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