2018 NFL – New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers Preview & Prediction

AT A GLANCE

When is New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking place? Sunday 18th November 2018, 18:00 (UK)

Where is New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking place? MetLife Stadium

What is the playing surface? Artificial

What is the expected weather at New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers? 5°C, cloudy

What channel is New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers on? New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not be televised live in the UK

Where can I stream New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers? NFL Game Pass

Are tickets still available for New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers? http://www.nfl.com/tickets

LAST MEETING
New York Giants 23-25 Tampa Bay Buccaneers

THE LOWDOWN

NEW YORK GIANTS

Head Coach: Pat Shurmur

W/L: 2-7

  • New York Giants finally secured their first win since Week 3 as they defeated San Francisco last week.

  • The Monday Night Football contest wasn’t expected to be a classic but it did throw up a good contest as the Giants edged the 49ers 23-27.

  • Odell Beckham Jnr. occupied all of the pre-game talk with the way he entered Levi’s Stadium in some eye-catching attire but he also stole the headlines during the game with 2 TDs.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

Head Coach: Dirk Koetter

W/L: 3-6

  • Tampa Bay’s turnover issues continued as they lost another game last weekend, this time against Washington.

  • The Buccaneers lost their third straight game as they went down 3-16 with QB Ryan Fitzpatrick throwing 2 INTs.

  • Tampa’s loss last week will have been hard to take with the Buccaneers only scoring three points despite amassing 501 total yards, 215 more than their opponents.

THE PREDICTION

New York Giants look set for another spot in the draft despite last week’s win over San Francisco but they now have the opportunity to win two-straight games. Having snapped a five-game losing streak last week, the Giants host fellow strugglers Tampa Bay. The Buccaneers have allowed the most points per game in the NFL this season (32.3) and will struggle again if they continue to turn over the ball.