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Inside the Numbers: Monday Night Football Recap

Notes and statistics from the Giants' 30-10 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Raymond James Stadium:

*The Giants were held to their lowest point total of the season and fell to 3-7. The Bucs improved to 7-3. The Giants will face the Philadelphia Eagles Sunday in their first NFC East home game of the season.

*The Giants finished with 215 total yards, the second-lowest total of the 26-game Joe Judge era. They gained 159 yards in a loss to Arizona on Dec. 13, 2020. Only one of the Giants' 54 offensive plays gained more than 16 yards.

*The Giants' 15 first downs were a season low and their fewest since they had 14 vs. Cleveland last Dec. 20. They have 31 first downs in their last two games, including 16 in the victory against Las Vegas on Nov. 7.

*The Giants rushed for 66 yards, their second-lowest total of the season; they ran for 60 yards in their season-opening loss to Denver.

*The Giants' 24:21 time of possession was a season low.

*Tampa Bay finished with 402 yards, the sixth time this season a Giants opponent has gained more than 400 yards. The Raiders totaled 403 yards two weeks ago.

*The Giants converted only one of nine third-down opportunities, their fewest successful conversions since they had one (in 10 tries) at Baltimore last Dec. 20.

*The Giants allowed their first second-half touchdown in four games when Mike Evans caught a five-yard pass from Tom Brady midway through the third quarter. They had not surrendered a post-halftime touchdown since the Rams' Cooper Kupp scored on a 13-yard reception with 11:55 left on Oct. 17.

View all the action from Monday Night Football between the Giants and Buccaneers in Tampa Bay.