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Buccaneers vs. Giants - Series History

What is the history of Buccaneers vs. Giants match-ups?

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The Buccaneers and Giants are getting ready to kick off their week three match-up Sunday, but what has this contest looked like historically?

The Giants lead the all time series with a record of 15-7 and have won seven of the last ten. New York won a tight game last season in the Meadowlands, 38-35. The Buccaneers’ last win came in Tampa in 2017, escaping another tight game 25-23.

The Bucs are 6-7 against the Giants at home, with their lone road win coming in 1997.

Bruce Arians faced the Giants twice as head coach of the Arizona Cardinals, winning each time.

There’s obviously no stats for Daniel Jones against the Bucs as he will be making his first career start. Last year, Saquon Barkely finished the game with 27 carries for 142 yards and two touchdowns while also hauling in two receptions for ten yards and another touchdown. Tight end Evan Engram - who is expected to be the primary focus of the New York passing game - has eight career receptions for 128 yards and no touchdowns in two games against the Bucs.

Jameis Winston is preparing for his fourth game against the G-Men. Against New York, he has gone 53-for-90 for 778 yards, five touchdowns, and one interception. He’s also racked up 52 yards and a touchdown on twelve carries. Mike Evans nineteen receptions for 337 yards and two touchdowns in his three games against the Giants.

The Buccaneers are six point home favorites and will take on the Giants Sunday at 4:05 p.m. EST.