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The Bucs got back into the win column with a solid game as they defeated the New York Giants 30-10 on Monday night football. Tampa Bay dominated on both sides of the ball, particularly in the second half where they didn’t allow any points and had two interceptions.

Since it was a pretty lopsided affair, there won’t be too many players listed for this one. It was tough to find many things to be unhappy with the Bucs coasting to a victory. But here are the few players who disappointed on Monday night.

OLB Jason Pierre-Paul

JPP jumped offsides early in the game to give the Giants a free first down. You can’t have that from a veteran player. Joe Tryon-Shoyinka provided far more of a spark than Pierre-Paul did, moving around the defense to create pressure. The Bucs need to get Tryon-Shoyinka involved as much as they can if Pierre-Paul can’t consistently play at a high level. He finished with one tackle and a pass break up.

WR Breshad Perriman

Perriman got some opportunities in this game after being activated to the roster. His biggest chance was a touchdown opportunity in the corner of the end zone before the half. Perriman wasn’t able to make the reception on a beautiful toss from Brady. That’s been the knock on Perriman in his career. He misses some catchable passes, and that was the case here. He’s on this team as an insurance policy with Antonio Brown out. The veteran wide receiver might not get many looks, but he needs to make the plays when they come to him. He had two receptions for 19 yards.

TE Cam Brate

There were passes thrown Brate’s way, but he couldn’t come up with many of the important ones over the middle. Brate had at least two targets that should have been caught, and out of six targets to him, he only recorded two receptions. Tampa Bay sure is happy that Rob Gronkowski is back, as he was a focal point of the offense on Monday night. Brate’s two catches went for 27 yards.

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compewterpirate
compewterpirate(@compewterpirate)
1 month ago

Not too much to be disappointed about to be fair and it was a fairly comfortable win against a poor team. Nevertheless, I felt the offensive play-calling from Lefty was still too predictable and would have liked to have seen more play action, especially on first down.

fredster
fredster(@fredster)
Reply to  compewterpirate
1 month ago

Agreed Play calling was not great by Lefty overall. He’s lucky to have the talent on the field he does with Brady etc. the horizontal pass to Evans was stupid backed up and had pick 6 written all over it. They didn’t get pick 6 there but it cost us 6.

aredsoxfan1
aredsoxfan1(@aredsoxfan1)
Reply to  fredster
1 month ago

The play calling was fine. Evans would have had a nice first down gain to start the drive but, as the Bucs are prone to do, he had a brain fart that turned an easy gain into an Int. For as well as the Bucs played last night, the offense still left much to be desired. Several other brain farts including Evans penalty negating a 30 yard pass play, Wirfs penalty negating a 40+ yard pass to Godwin, Brate’s multiple drops deep in NYG territory, Perriman slowing down thinking the ball wasn’t coming his way and then having a TD… Read more »

Joseph
Joseph(@llamaliberation)
Reply to  aredsoxfan1
1 month ago

I think that was supposed to go to Tyler Johnson and he wasn’t expecting it. He still should have caught it but i do think that was supposed to go to Tyler Johnson and Mike was going to block for tj.

Eddie
Eddie(@oct62020)
Reply to  Joseph
1 month ago

Could be, but I think it is was meant for Evans, judging from the height of the ball thrown by Brady.

scubog
scubog(@scubog)
Reply to  Eddie
1 month ago

It was to Evans. Johnson was there to block.

Eddie
Eddie(@oct62020)
Reply to  aredsoxfan1
1 month ago

No brain fart, Taylor Johnson #18 got confused and think the ball was for him. Evans only fault was being distracted. This is the fourth time from my memory that he has done similar bone head route confusion in this and last season. I was surprised Brady still went to him later in last nights game.

scubog
scubog(@scubog)
Reply to  fredster
1 month ago

There was nothing wrong with the play-call. The failure was due to the player.

Naplesfan
Naplesfan(@naplesfan)
1 month ago

Funny, the MNF announcers (and the entire viewing audience) must have watched a different game last night than Matera did. They could not praise JPP enough for playing through his intense shoulder and finger pain to still serve as an extremely disruptive force against the Giants offense, batting passes down, getting tackles, keeping the extremely mobile Daniel Jones bottled up. I swear, Matera must simply draw straws to see who he’s going to name as “most disappointing’. The person who is always most disappointing at PR is Matt Matera. I have written this many times before, but the “Most Disappointing… Read more »

fredster
fredster(@fredster)
Reply to  Naplesfan
1 month ago

I see resident cry baby and hater of the “most disappointing” is back since Bucs won. Your an idiot. If you think JPP was anything special last several weeks your blind too. He has jumped offsides numerous times, misses too many tackles to count, and had 1 tackle last night. He is a tough guy and that’s great he will play hurt. It’s not great he’s largely ineffective this year and Arians won’t take him out some.

aredsoxfan1
aredsoxfan1(@aredsoxfan1)
Reply to  Naplesfan
1 month ago

we can always count on most disappointing moron Naples to have something dumb to say.

cgmaster27
cgmaster27(@cgmaster27)
Reply to  Naplesfan
1 month ago

Well were dissapointed in yiur garbage you spew every week on these messege boards, but we have to deal with it. Jpp is a liability at this point. I don’t care how “tough” he is, i care about production. And hes doing absolutely nothing on the field. Nope, matt was right and as usual you’re the moron who is wrong.

scubog
scubog(@scubog)
1 month ago

“It was tough to find many things to be unhappy with”……..and yet there will be some who will dive into the cesspool to find even the slightest smelly morsel. I didn’t take time to count up the play-action passes, but the offense did generate over 400 yards, and for the most part, moved the ball at will, in spite of the “idiot” calling the plays. On the defensive side, the the other “moron” DC, with his predictable scheme, almost allowed the Giants to score. “Danny Dimes” wasn’t able to “cash-in” much, but JPP and Shaq weren’t able to sack him… Read more »

gcolerick
gcolerick(@gcolerick)
Reply to  scubog
1 month ago

LOL…coach staff being safe might be understatement of the year. Winning Super Bowls tend to please most owners and GM’s.

watson
watson(@watson)
1 month ago

This list is not complete without OJ Howard. He was no factor in the pass game and they had to call a timeout because he wasn’t on the field when he was supposed to be.

Spitfire
Spitfire(@spitfire)
1 month ago

I am severely disappointed in Brate. For a few years, Brate had some of the best hands I’ve ever seen on not just a TE but a receiver period. Winston used to throw him bullets and bad passes and he looked like he had magnets in his hands. I mean Evans and Brate carried this Offense for years. Now all of a sudden it’s like his talent has just been slashed in half. I know he doesn’t play as much or get targeted as much as he used to but man, you wouldn’t think you’d forget how to catch. It’s… Read more »

Selmon-63
Selmon-63(@selmon-63)
Reply to  Spitfire
1 month ago

Couldn’t agree more. Brate has always been one of my favorites, but now it seems he has more drops than catches. I really though he and Brady would click this year, especially when Gronk was out. It’s just not happening. Sad.

Horse
Horse(@horse)
1 month ago

Replace Perriman with Barrett and you got it. A person who just came off the street gets a pass; Barrett doesn’t. Glad to see JTS getting more time in the game.

Mike Pengelly
Mike Pengelly(@ontariomike)
1 month ago

Did Shaq the sack master play last nite…never heard his name called much.

Madman
Madman(@madman)
1 month ago

More JTS! 58 was invisible again.

Eddie
Eddie(@oct62020)
1 month ago

Crate had that good block that sprung Goodwin on the first touch down. Not all bad for him

Benjamin
Benjamin(@jammin8519)
1 month ago

Shaq Barrett needs to do more with his snaps. He’s been invisible the last few weeks and it doesn’t look like it’s going to end anytime soon. JPP I get why he’s not producing like he normally does. That shoulder injury would keep 90% of all human beings from using it till it was fixed but he’s playing in the NFL, game in and game out. With the play calling I just wish they’d run the ball more with Fournette. I get it we are a pass first team but having a balanced offense makes you way harder to gameplan… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by Benjamin
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