Today’s New York Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers football game is all about the NFL debut of quarterback Daniel Jones. His arrival marks a new era in NY as Eli Manning watches from the sidelines.
The NY Giants and TB Bucs will get underway at 4:05 pm ET / 1:05 pm PT on Fox Sports. Watch Giants vs Bucs online without cable using one of these popular live stream services.
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Cable and Satellite
As a cable or satellite subscriber you can live stream today’s Buccaneers and NY Giants football game via the Fox Sports Go app or website using provider login credentials.
Giants vs Buccaneers Preview
The New York Giants have stumbled and fumbled their way through their first two games, both losses. It made no sense to keep running an ineffective Eli Manning out there when the future was already on the sideline.
Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones, who had an outstanding preseason in limited action, will make his NFL debut as the Giants new starting quarterback.
Though everyone is talking about Jones, Saquon Barkley remains the Giants best offensive weapon. Look for Barkley to get plenty of touches today and anchor the offensive strategy.
The Bucs are 1-1 this season after coming off a 20-14 win against the Panthers. Like the Giants they have averaged less than 20 points of offense through their first two games of the season.