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What time does the Giants vs Buccaneers kick off?

Kickoff is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. ET. Below, we look at the Giants vs. Buccaneers odds and lines, and make our best NFL picks, predictions and bets. The Giants have won two of the past three games, including a 23-16 victory last time out against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 9 before its bye.

What do the Giants and Buccaneers have to do in Week 11?

These two teams find themselves entering Week 11 heading in opposite directions: the Buccaneers seeking to right the ship and keep their lead in the NFC South, the Giants seeking to climb back into contention in a tightly packed NFC.


Who is favored to win Buccaneers or Giants?

Tampa BayTampa Bay is favored by 11 points in the latest Buccaneers vs. Giants odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is 50.

What is the spread on the Bucs Giants game?

Giants vs. Buccaneers spread: Buccaneers -11.

Who is favored in the Giants?

New York is the slight -125 favorite (risk $125 to win $100) in the latest Mets vs. Giants odds from Caesars Sportsbook, with the over-under set at seven runs.

What are the odds on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers game?

The Buccaneers are a 2.5-point favorite in the game, according to Tipico Sportsbook. Los Angeles is +120. The over/under for the game is set at 47.5 points. The Rams beat the Arizona Cardinals to advance to the divisional round, 34-11.

Who is favored to win the Buccaneers game?

Tampa Bay is favored by 14 points in the latest Jets vs. Buccaneers odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over-under is set at 46.

Can the Bucs cover the spread?

Point Spread The Bucs are eight-point favorites. 59% of the handle and bets are on the Bucs to cover.

What are the chances of the Giants winning?

Las Vegas oddsmakers give the Giants odds of +8000, which translates to a slim 1.2 percent chance, of doing just that next season. Only four teams, the Detroit Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Jets at +10000 and the Houston Texans at +12500, have longer odds.

What are the odds of the Giants making the playoffs?

NL West standingsGames backChance to make playoffsGiants107-55—✓Dodgers106-561.0✓Padres79-8328.0—Rockies74-8732.5—1 more row•Nov 2, 2021

Is the Giants O line good?

The Giants’ had the 30th-ranked offensive line in the NFL in 2021, per Pro Football Focus. Four of the five starters from that group were headed to free agency. Schoen looked at the roster and saw only five potentially healthy offensive linemen under contract.

Who is favored to win the Super Bowl?

Chiefs: +900 at FOX Bet (bet $10 to win $100 total) but they are rightfully the favorite to win the Super Bowl in 2022 because of Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid. In their four full seasons together, the Chiefs have hosted four AFC Championship games and played in two Super Bowls, with one victory.

Zach Goodall (7-2): Buccaneers 27, Giants 17

It won’t be perfect, but I get the feeling that Tom Brady and the Buccaneers’ offense will bounce back after a disappointing two-game streak that resulted in five total turnovers. The Giants own a solid defense on paper and rank No.

Jason Beede (7-2): Buccaneers 30, Giants 17

As Zach mentioned above, I think the Giants defense will cause fits for Tom Brady but at the end of the day, Tampa Bay will be too much for a New York team that only has won three games while averaging less than 20 points a game.

Evan Winter (6-3): Buccaneers 24, Giants 21

If the Buccaneers weren’t playing at home, I’d pick the Giants to win this game. I don’t see how anyone can trust the Bucs on the road at this point, but I digress.

Three Things to Watch

1. Can Tampa Bay’s offense get back into a rhythm?
The Buccaneers have won just two of their five games away from Tampa Bay but are 4-0 at home in 2021, scoring at least 31 points in each of the four home wins and an average of more than 40 points per game in that stretch.

Final Analysis

These two teams find themselves entering Week 11 heading in opposite directions: the Buccaneers seeking to right the ship and keep their lead in the NFC South, the Giants seeking to climb back into contention in a tightly packed NFC.

Opening Odds at USA Sportsbooks

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There’s no reason to think Tampa Bay won’t rebound here. In the pantheon of greatness in the National Football League, the Giants are not among them. It’s been a valiant last few games, but the luck will run out this time. If you trust Jones to win you a football game on offense even after the bye week, I don’t know what to tell you.

Betting trends

The Giants are 6-1 ATS the past three seasons when a road dog between 7.5 and 14 points.

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The New York Giants (3-6) will take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3) this Monday night at Raymond James Stadium in their 10th regular season game of 2021.

Dan Benton: Buccaneers 33, Giants 17

Primetime? Alternate uniforms? Coming off a bye week? Against the desperate and angry Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by Tom Brady? I don’t really feel like this prediction needs paragraphs worth of analysis. The Giants simply aren’t healthy enough or on the level to compete with the Bucs. Period.

John Fennelly: Buccaneers 23, Giants 20

Right now, the Giants’ defense will allow them to play with any team in this league, as we’ve seen the last three weeks. In this game, predicting a victory is too much of an ask, but a close game is not. I see the Giants competing well in this game and at times, may even be in the lead, as they were in Kansas City a few weeks ago.

Doug Rush: Giants 24, Buccaneers 23

Last year, the Giants went 5-3 to end the season and part of that was stunning the Seattle Seahawks on the road.

Tyler Henry: Buccaneers 34, Giants 27

The Buccaneers will come out motivated after two straight losses. The Giants will play tough as they usually do when they play good teams but I think they will fall short in the end. In an injury riddled season for Big Blue, they are just starting to get healthy but I don’t think they have enough to compete with the Bucs.

Kevin Hickey: Buccaneers 27, Giants 20

It’s going to be a struggle for this offensive line to generate any push for Saquon Barkley in the run game, which means the Giants offense is likely to be one-dimensional through the air. Even with a susceptible secondary, the Bucs pass rush will be far too much for the Giants to handle.

Mike Moraitis: Buccaneers 30, Giants 27

If this was Tom Brady facing the Giants in a Super Bowl setting, I’d pick New York without a second thought. However, that isn’t the case here, and the Giants’ defenses of old that wrecked two Super Bowls for the future Hall of Famer are not coming back to save Big Blue in this one.

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The New York Giants (1-6) will take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-2) this Monday night at MetLife Stadium in their eighth game of the 2020 regular season.

Dan Benton: Buccaneers 31, Giants 17

As well as the Giants defense has played this season, they’ve not come up against an offense with the sheer amount of weapons Tampa Bay has at its disposal. And given their struggles to score, New York can’t afford to find themselves in a shootout. It’s the Giants’ most unbalanced game to date, and the score may reflect that.

John Fennelly: Buccaneers 34, Giants 10

The betting line keeps growing as analysts continue to realize this is a massive mismatch on paper. The Giants have very little going for them while the Bucs are popping on all cylinders. The only way the Giants can make this a game is if they can somehow find a running game and Daniel Jones can perform some magic.

Doug Rush: Buccaneers 34, Giants 18

Tom Brady returns to MetLife Stadium, where he’s had a ton of success. Only this time, it’s not as a member of the New England Patriots but for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And it’s the New York Giants that he’ll be trying to torture, and not the Jets like he’s done for 20 years.

Kevin Hickey: Buccaneers 27, Giants 14

This one is pretty straightforward. Tom Brady has been leading the Bucs as the division leaders in the NFC South with a plethora of weapons around him.

Mike Moraitis: Buccaneers 31, Giants 14

The Giants did a decent job navigating a game against a tough defense in Week 7, but this matchup with the Bucs will be one of their toughest yet. Tampa Bay owns a top-10 pass defense and the No. 1 run defense, which means it’s going to be a long day for Big Blue on offense.

Jeevan Kirkland: Buccaneers 34, Giants 17

The Giants will have their hardest test of the year on Monday Night Football against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And quite frankly, New York is not ready. With the loss of Will Hernandez (Reserve/COVID-19) New York simply does not stand a chance against this elite Tampa front seven.


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