NY Giants schedule: How many winnable games remain in 2021?
By John Makuch
Week 11: at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
We all know that the NY Giants and Tom Brady have a bit of a history together. But the first Super Bowl victory against Brady was 13 years ago, and the second one was nine years ago.
Much has changed since then besides the fact that Brady is still one of the best quarterbacks in the league.
Brady also has all the weapons he could dream of, along with a stout defense that gets the job done for him.
Tampa Bay holds a record at 5-1 and the defending champions look likely to repeat and even look better than they did last year.
Brady is back to MVP form and he will always have an extra edge to his game whenever he plays the NY Giants no matter the record either team has.
The NY Giants just do not have enough talent on the field to deal with this Bucs unit, but last year this game was down to the final play.
A failed two-point conversion attempt ended any chance of taking down a top team in the conference, but a still struggling Giants team kept it close despite the odds.
Will this happen again? probably not, but there is always hope the Giants outperform.
But, based on the product both of these franchises have put on the field, it should be safe to say this one will go to Tampa Bay with ease.