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Giants vs. Buccaneers: Statistics, numbers and broken records

The New York Giants were humiliated on Monday night, falling to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 30-10.

The game wasn’t as close as the score indicated and for all intents and purposes, the Giants’ season is now over. They are headed for another sub-.500 record and firings are a near certainty. It will be the team’s fourth rebuild in a 10-year span.

If that’s not depressing enough, here’s a look at all the statistics, numbers and records that were set in the Week 11 loss.

The Giants scored just 10 points in Week 11, their lowest point total of the season.
New York gained just 215 total offensive yards, their second-lowest output of the Joe Judge era.
The Giants managed just 15 first downs, their lowest total of the year.
Despite Saquon Barkley returning, the Giants mustered just 66 yards on the ground, their second-lowest total of the season.
The Giants held the ball for just 24:21, their lowest total of the year.
The Buccaneers finished with 402 yards of offense. That’s the fifth time the Giants have allowed an opponent to eclipse 400 yards this season.
The Giants converted just one third down, their fewest number of conversions this year.
The Giants defense surrendered their first second half touchdown of the season.
Andrew Thomas caught a touchdown — the first offensive lineman to haul in a TD for the Giants since the 1970 merger.
Kyle Rudolph appeared in his 150th career game.
Adoree’ Jackson recorded his first interception of the season.
Raymond Johnson III recorded his first NFL sack.
The Giants have at least one takeaway in 12 consecutive games, the NFL’s longest such streak.
Tom Brady completed his first 10 passes on Monday, the first opposing quarterback to do that against the Giants since December 22, 2019 (Dwayne Haskins).
The Giants are now winless in their last 10 primetime games.
The Giants have lost their last nine regular season against the defending Super Bowl champions.

The New York Giants were humiliated on Monday night, falling to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 30-10.
The game wasn’t as close as the score indicated and for all intents and purposes, the Giants’ season is now over. They are headed for another sub-.500 record and firings are a near certainty. It will be the team’s fourth rebuild in a 10-year span.
If that’s not depressing enough, here’s a look at all the statistics, numbers and records that were set in the Week 11 loss.

The Giants scored just 10 points in Week 11, their lowest point total of the season.
New York gained just 215 total offensive yards, their second-lowest output of the Joe Judge era.
The Giants managed just 15 first downs, their lowest total of the year.
Despite Saquon Barkley returning, the Giants mustered just 66 yards on the ground, their second-lowest total of the season.
The Giants held the ball for just 24:21, their lowest total of the year.
The Buccaneers finished with 402 yards of offense. That’s the fifth time the Giants have allowed an opponent to eclipse 400 yards this season.
The Giants converted just one third down, their fewest number of conversions this year.
The Giants defense surrendered their first second half touchdown of the season.
Andrew Thomas caught a touchdown — the first offensive lineman to haul in a TD for the Giants since the 1970 merger.
Kyle Rudolph appeared in his 150th career game.
Adoree’ Jackson recorded his first interception of the season.
Raymond Johnson III recorded his first NFL sack.
The Giants have at least one takeaway in 12 consecutive games, the NFL’s longest such streak.
Tom Brady completed his first 10 passes on Monday, the first opposing quarterback to do that against the Giants since December 22, 2019 (Dwayne Haskins).
The Giants are now winless in their last 10 primetime games.
The Giants have lost their last nine regular season against the defending Super Bowl champions.

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