Tom Brady threw for 307 yards to lead the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 30-10 victory over the New York Giants. 

Tampa Bay Bucs scored an easy victory last night to move to 7-3 on the season. This victory over the Giants meant they maintained a perfect home record. The defending champions got off to a flying start as it took just four minutes for the hosts to drive 73 yards down the field to open the lead in the game’s first possession. Despite that early touchdown and field goal by the Bucs, The Giants found a way back. 

Adoree’ Jackson interception led to a Giants touchdown to tie the game at 10. That ended up being all New York were able to muster. The Bucs quickly answered that score as Ronald Jones capped off a 71-yard drive with a rushing touchdown to retake the lead. The second half went the way of the Bucs. An unsuccessful fourth-down attempt by the Giants saw the Bucs regain possession. They executed a 10-play touchdown drive that extended their lead to double digits. 

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Tom Brady’s Performance

Tom Brady had a very good game, by his lofty standards. He finished the game completing 30 of his 46 passes for 307 yards. He also added two touchdowns and an interception and was impressive in using the ball. Spreading it around evenly with four Bucs pass-catchers hauling in six receptions on the day. Mike Evans lead that unit with 73 yards receiving and a touchdown. Rob Gronkowski who was just back from injury finished with 71 yards. Meanwhile, for the Giants, Jones finished with 167 passing yards. He also completed 23 of his 38 throws including a touchdown and two picks.

Disappointing Giants 

Overall it was a disappointing evening for the Giants offense. They struggled to get any real rhythm going. The Giants came into this game with 32% of their points coming off field goals. That damning statistic was back to the fore as a drive that lasted over six minutes resulted in just three points. A drive that cold and should have ended in the end zone.