The New York Giants’ Week 4 clash on the road vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is an early-season game that could end up with major playoff implications. That’s because if the Giants need a wild-card berth to reach the playoffs it seems likely that the up-and-coming Buccaneers are one of the teams they will be competing with to earn a spot.
Let’s take a look at Tampa Bay as we continue our look at the Giants’ 2017 opponents.
NFC South: 2nd
Offense: No. 18 in points and yards
Defense: No. 15 in points allowed, No. 23 in yards allowed
Biggest Storyline Heading Into Training Camp
Under-The-Radar Storyline Heading Into Training Camp
Three Questions About The Bucs
Ed: What is your favorite thing about what the Bucs accomplished this offseason?
Sander: They managed not to use their second-round pick on a kicker. Realistically, though, I loved that they somehow managed to get O.J. Howard without trading up for him. He was widely projected to go close to the No. 10 pick, and would definitely have been worth that pick — he’s one of the most talented all-around tight end prospects I’ve seen. He’s also a great fit for Dirk Koetter’s offense, and will give them a…
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