Giants at Buccaneers: How to watch, TV, stream, odds, pick, keys for ‘Monday Night Football’ with Tom Brady

There’s only one way to follow up a wild, upset-filled Week 11 Sunday: with Tom Brady playing against the New York Giants. 

Of course, the two squads that will square off on “Monday Night Football” are wildly different than the ones who went head to head in Super Bowls past — starting with the fact that one of the teams is literally a different franchise. There’s still a ton of upset-related history here, though, which makes it appropriate that this game is happening in this particular week. 

So, will the Giants pull off yet another upset over the greatest quarterback of all time, or will Brady and the Bucs take care of business at home? We’ll find out later this evening; but right now, we’re here to break down the matchup.  

How to watch

Date: Monday, Nov. 22 | Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Location: Raymond James Stadium (Tampa, Florida)
TV:
 ESPN | Stream: fuboTV (click here)
Follow: CBS Sports App
Odds: Buccaneers -11, O/U 50

When the Giants have the ball

The Buccaneers desperately need some help in the secondary at the moment, so the potential return of cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting — who has been out since injuring his elbow back in Week 1 — is a welcome development. That’s especially the case against a Giants wide receiver corps that is getting healthier, even with Sterling Shepard still sidelined (and not practicing) for this game coming out of the bye. Kenny Golladay, Darius Slayton, and Kadarius Toney are all healthy, and having to match those guys with Ross Cockrell, Pierre Desir, and Dee Delaney would be less than ideal. Now, at least, the Bucs should have both Murphy-Bunting and Jamel Dean in the lineup. 

New York’s offensive line has done a somewhat better than expected job of keeping pressure out of Daniel Jones’ face this season. He has been pressured on 32.9 percent of his dropbacks so far, per Tru Media, almost exactly equal to the league average of 32.8 percent….

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