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    Published: November 22, 2021 (2 weeks ago)

    Hurray@!!!The defending Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-3), led by quarterback Tom Brady, face the New York Giants (3-6), led by quarterback Daniel Jones, in Week 11 of the 2021 NFL regular season on Monday, November 22, 2021 (11/22/21) at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. How to watch Giants vs. Buccaneers (11/22/21): Free live stream, time, TV, channel for NFL Week 11–176022326/–176022326/–176022326/–176022326/–176022326/

    ESPN will host this week’s Monday Night Football matchup between the New York Giants and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with kickoff set for 8:15 p.m. ET. The game will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa.

    Here’s what you need to know:

    What: NFL, Week 11

    Who: New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    When: Monday, November 22, 2021

    Where: Raymond James Stadium

    Time: 8:05 p.m. ET

    TV: ESPN

    After self-scouting his team and doing a little preparation on the upcoming game against Tom Brady and the Bucs, New York Giants coach Joe Judge gave himself a little time to relax during the bye week.

    Judge went to his son’s high school playoff game and then went to a little league football game where a second son plays and a daughter is a cheerleader. Both won.

    The 39-year-old also got a chance to channel surf NFL games on Sunday before returning to work on Monday.

    “You’ve got to prioritize and obviously right now, football is very significant in all of our lives,” Judge said before practice. “It’s our job, it’s our career path, but also when the families come around, you’ve got to make sure you take time to carve that time out.”

    The players had a light day of work in their return. It focused on getting bodies moving again, working on fundamentals and introducing a scheme or two for the final eight games, which start with a nationally televised matchup against the defending Super Bowl champions, who are now 6-3 after two straight losses.

    The Giants (3-6) have won two of three, including an impressive win over the Las Vegas Raiders leading into the bye week.

    Remarkably, New York still is in the playoff hunt, 1 1/2 games out of the seventh and last wild-card spot in the NFC.

    Judge didn’t bother discussing that with the team on Monday. His focus is on Tampa Bay.

    “They’re one of the best teams in the league for a reason,” Judge said. “They have arguably the greatest player to ever play the game down there running the huddle, so we’ve got a lot of things to prepare for. Talking about hypotheticals, we’ve got enough real things coming at us in a week’s time.”

    The Giants are hoping this is the week star running back Saquon Barkley returns to the lineup for the first time since Oct. 10. He sprained his ankle stepping on the foot of a Cowboys defensive back while running a pass pattern. He missed most of last season after tearing his ACL in the second game.

    While Barkley missed a couple of days before the Raiders game because of a positive COVID-19 test, he was back out on the field on Monday.

    “He’s done a great job as far as leadership, staying active as a captain on the team and active in the captains’ meeting,” Judge said. “He has a lot of great insight into what’s going on in the locker room for me, a lot of pertinent feedback that I need, so he’s done a great job as far as that’s concerned.”

    Judge also added that running backs coach Burton Burns and running back Gary Brightwell are back with the team after being sidelined by positive COVID-19 tests. The Giants had a rash of false positive tests in the week leading up to the game against Las Vegas.

    “Everyone’s had to test, take multiple tests before getting in the building today and that includes every coach, every player, every staff member,” Judge said, adding no one has tested positive.

    Tight end Evan Engram said getting the win over the Raiders helped going into the bye.

    “That was big just for our morale and our mindset as a team,” said Engram, who returned to Mississippi to watch its win over Texas A&M. “It was definitely good to get away and take some time off.”

    It’s been a rough couple of games for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After losing to the New Orleans Saints, they came out of their bye week looking lackluster at best against the Washington Football Team. They suffered their second straight loss at FedEx Field, with Tom Brady throwing a pair of interceptions and the defense giving up a 19-play drive toward the end of regulation to lose any shot of mounting a comeback.

    The New York Giants have proven to have a lot of fight in them over their last few games. Since a listless 38-11 loss to the Rams, they’ve won two of their last three games, with the loss being another “Monday Night Football” game against the Chiefs — a 20-17 final. This game is setting up as something similar, where they’re facing an opponent that is superior on paper but is having some struggles in recent weeks.