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J.R. Reed, Matt Skura were highest-graded Giants in Week 11

The New York Giants fell to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 30-10, on Monday night and the game wasn’t even that close. Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong — a trend that has developed in recent years.

Usually, we like to sugarcoat things and make note of the positives. However, there were precious few this week and the Pro Football Focus grades reflect that.

Offensively, guard Matt Skura led the way with an overall grade of 77.6 (50.0 pass protection grade). He was followed by left tackle Andrew Thomas (70.9) and wide receiver Kadarius Toney (63.0).

Other notable offensive grades include running back Saquon Barkley (60.5), quarterback Daniel Jones (55.4) and wide receiver Kenny Golladay (50.4).

The lowest-graded Giant on offensive was guard Will Hernandez, whose overall grade of 28.7 was dead last in the NFL at this position.

On the defensive side of the ball, defensive back J.R. Reed led the charge with an overall grade of 79.2. He was followed by linebacker Benardrick McKinney (72.6) and cornerback Darnay Holmes (69.1).

Some other notable defensive grades include cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (62.2), defensive lineman Leonard Williams (59.0) and safety Julian Love (48.2).

The lowest-graded Giants defender on Monday night was cornerback James Bradberry (36.9).

Yikes.

The New York Giants fell to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 30-10, on Monday night and the game wasn’t even that close. Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong — a trend that has developed in recent years.
Usually, we like to sugarcoat things and make note of the positives. However, there were precious few this week and the Football Focus grades reflect that.
Offensively, guard Matt Skura led the way with an overall grade of 77.6 (50.0 pass protection grade). He was followed by left tackle Andrew Thomas (70.9) and wide receiver Kadarius Toney (63.0).
Other notable offensive grades include running back Saquon Barkley (60.5), quarterback Daniel Jones (55.4) and wide receiver Kenny Golladay (50.4).
The lowest-graded Giant on offensive was guard Will Hernandez, whose overall grade of 28.7 was dead last in the NFL at this position.
On the defensive side of the ball, defensive back J.R. Reed led the charge with an overall grade of 79.2. He was followed by linebacker Benardrick McKinney (72.6) and cornerback Darnay Holmes (69.1).
Some other notable defensive grades include cornerback Adoree’ Jackson (62.2), defensive lineman Leonard Williams (59.0) and safety Julian Love (48.2).
The lowest-graded Giants defender on Monday night was cornerback James Bradberry (36.9).
Yikes.

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