Bucs vs Giants and Colts Reviews

Week 11 Giants @ Bucs (Broc) A Classic Monday Night

Giants at Bucs the Buccaneers first home game in over two weeks. The Bucs have had two losses and a by-week, and are looking to get their first win since they beat the Bears at home. Monday Night Football is the place to get a win. The Bucs are undefeated at home and were primed to continue that.
To start the game, Brady drove down the field using a high-powered offense. He connected with Chris Godwin for a 13-yard touchdown. The Giants came back and got a Graham Gano field goal to make it 7 to 3.
When the second quarter came around the Bucs came and got a field goal. The Giants responded with a very clever trick, and got the ball to first-round-pick offensive lineman Andrew Thomas for a touchdown. The second quarter ended with a Ronald Jones touchdown for the Bucs – his first touchdown in a while. We went to halftime Bucs 17 Giants 10.
The Bucs love to keep games close and this was no different, after stopping the Giants the Bucs went on and took over the second half with a Mike Evans touchdown reception, and two Ryan Succop field goals to make the final 30-10.
This win improved the Bucs to 7-3 on the year and took the Giants down to 3-7. The Bucs will go on the road for two games to play the Colts and Falcons. Those games will set up two major home games for the Bucs against the Bills (who Jonathan Taylor ran all over and made a case for MVP along with Tom Brady). In the game against the Bills and Colts we hope to get Playoff Lenny going again. In the game against the Falcons we hope to eliminate them from winning the NFC South.
For now, the Bucs have to focus on the Colts and stopping their offense with a struggling defense that is only getting better.

Week 12 Bucs @ Colts (Luke) High Powered offenses in Indy

In week 12, the Buccaneers took on the Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The Colts had started to find major success in the past couple of weeks. Quarterback Carson Wentz was playing the best he possibly could and superstar running back Jonathan Taylor was making a massive campaign for MVP. Fortunately, the Bucs defense was good enough to stop both in the 38-31, desperately needed win.
In the first half, you could clearly see our offense wasn’t clicking and needed a miracle. Running back Leonard Fournette was our only bright star. The Colts offense was entirely different. Our pass defense couldn’t contain the Colts receivers and our defensive line couldn’t get to Wentz fast enough. The Bucs were losing 24-14 going into the locker room at half. Head Coach Bruce Arians must’ve rallied the whole team up and got them to make sure they work really hard because that miracle was called the 2nd half.
Fournette continued to dominate, getting over 130 total yards and 4 total touchdowns and Brady finally started clicking with his receivers, specifically tight end Rob Gronkowski, who finished the game with 7 receptions for 123 yards. Every member of the defense was playing their best for the 2nd week in a row. Edge rusher Shaq Barrett got 2 sacks and a forced fumble, defensive back Antoine Winfield Jr. got an insane interception over Colts receiver Michael Pittman, and veteran defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh added on to his great year for the end of his career with a sack.
The whole team is starting to come back together. Scotty Miller, Rob Gronkowski, and Sean Murphy-Bunting have all returned and Carlton Davis III is expected to be 100% active within the next 2 weeks. Interior offensive lineman Ali Marpet is questionable for week 13 but will definitely be back by week 14 against the Bills. Antonio Brown, who hasn’t played since week 6 against the Eagles is expected to return with Davis III.
Expect Brady to have a very different game next week in Atlanta, one quite similar to when the Falcons played in Tampa in week 2. The Buccaneers kick off week 13 Sunday games on the road against the Falcons at 1:00 P.M. on FOX.