3 embarrassing stats that defined NY Giants loss to the Buccaneers

Daniel Jones #8 of the New York Giants (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
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After yet another disgraceful loss, this time to the Buccaneers, the NY Giants fall to 3-7 on the season, with seemingly no direction.

The Giants’ only offense to speak of, was a touchdown pass to Andrew Thomas. Tom Brady’s uniform was as clean when he headed to the bench with 7:00 remaining as it was when he took the field, as the NY Giants’ defense failed to generate any pressure.

With this loss comes a handful of stats that truly defined the reasons as to why the NY Giants lost this game.

Here are 3 stats that define the NY Giants embarrassing loss to the Buccaneers:

402 yards allowed/ 1 sack:

The NY Giants’ defense played pitiful this game and the stats showed it.

Patrick Graham seemed to go back to his atrocious zone that he has become notorious for this season and it cost the NY Giants big time.

The defense lacked effort at multiple times throughout this game and it showed. Looking lost multiple times throughout the game, they simply had no answer for the Buccaneers offense.

Another huge issue from the NY Giants defense was the extreme lack of pressure on Tom Brady. Only tallying one sack and 3 QB hits as a team throughout the game. This is quite embarrassing when you consider how much they are paying players like Leonard Williams.

All around this was a very poor game from the defense, if this continues for the rest of the season we can expect there to be many changes made during the offseason.