Tom Brady throws 307 yards of a pass and lands for Chris Godwin and Mike Evans along with an interception when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the New York Giants on Monday night; Daniel Jones passes the touchdown to attacking lineman Andrew Thomas and is intercepted twice.
Tom Brady threw 307 yards and two touchdowns to help the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat the New York Giants 30-10 on Monday night.
Daniel Jones landed a touchdown on a left tackle by Andrew Thomas, and the Giants (3-7) stayed close for one half before suffering their 10th consecutive prime-time defeat.
Chris Godwin and Mike Evans caught touchdown passes and Ronald Jones II shot the pirates’ score (7-3), while four-time tight end Rob Gronkowski had six catches on 71 yards after missing five of his previous six bouts. due to rib injuries, Steve McLendon and Mike Edwards have collected interceptions.
Brady finished 30 of 46 with one interception and improved to 6-1 against the Giants in the regular season, losing two Super Bowls to New York, including one that prevented New England from having a perfect season.
The seven-time Super Bowl champion leads the NFL with 29 touchdown assists and is second in passes with 3172 passes.
TOM GOES. #GoBucs
– NFL (@NFL) November 23, 2021
“We are at a good level, but we can play much better than we played,” said Brady. “I hope our best football is yet to come.”
Jones, sacked twice over a fierce defense that failed to take back Vita Weah’s defensive grip due to a knee injury, went 23 of 38 for 167 yards, one touch and two interceptions. He and the Giants missed a chance to level the game by missing a fourth and one of 25 Buks, losing 17-10 early in the third quarter.
Star runner Saqwon Barkley returned to the Giants after missing four games with a sprained ankle, but only had 25 yards on six transfers, while touchdown striker Thomas was activated with a pre-game reserve injury.