Biggest Winners and Losers from Monday Night Football Giants vs. Buccaneers

The Buccaneers took down the Giants on Monday Night Football in Week 13 of the NFL.
The Buccaneers took down the Giants on Monday Night Football in Week 13 of the NFL. / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

Week 11 of the NFL is officially in the books. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have downed the New York Giants on Monday Night Football, and now it's time to prepare for Thanksgiving and the trio of NFL games that will happen on that day.

Before we move on to Turkey Day, let's take a look at the top winners and losers from Monday Night Football.

Any odds listed are via WynnBET Sportsbook.

Giants vs. Bucs Winners

Buccaneers Super Bowl Bettors

After two straight losses, including one to the lowly Washington Football Team, many people started getting thoughts in the back of their minds that the Buccaneers may not be a Super Bowl contender this year. Monday night's dominant win over the Giants erased that doubt.

The Buccaneers are still very much in contention to return to the Super Bowl for the second straight season. In fact, WynnBET has labelled the Buccaneers as Super Bowl favorites.

Rob Gronkowski

If you didn't think that Rob Gronkowski was important for the Bucs offense, tonight's game certainly changed your opinion. The Bucs offense has looked stagnant at times since Gronkowski has been out of the lineup since Week 3 against the Rams, but his presence was certainly felt in his return tonight.

He hauled in six catches for 71 yards in tonight's game, and if he can stay healthy, he'll play a pivotal role for the Bucs down the stretch.

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Giants vs. Bucs Losers

Joe Judge

It feels as if Joe Judge sealed his fate with tonight's loss. The Giants head coach continues to underperform, and this time he was the topic of conversation on the Manning Cast as Peyton and Eli continued to question his tactics and decisions.

His blue collar style of coaching, which included making his team continuously run laps as punishment in training camp, clearly is translating. Unless the Giants go on a winning streak to end their season, Judge will be gone sooner rather than later.

Daniel Jones

Along with Joe Judge, the Daniel Jones experiment in New York may be coming to an end soon. His turnover issue has persisted throughout his career, and he threw another two interceptions tonight including one which was right in the hands of Buccaneers defensive lineman, Steve McLendon.

The pick by Jones all but ended the hopes of any person who has backing the Giants to cover the spread.

Underdog Bettors

Underdogs have covered 57.5% of NFL games this season, and what's even more impressive is that they've gone 22-10 in prime time games and 7-3 on Monday Night Football.

With that being said, if you jumped on the underdog train tonight when you ended the night extremely disappointed. The Giants weren't able to cover the 11-point spread, and crushed underdog bettor's hearts across the country.

According to recent history, you may want to look at betting on the favorites on Thanksgiving.