Contain Odell Beckham Jr.
Whenever football fans list their top five wide receivers in the NFL, they are going to mention Odell Beckham. The polarizing wideout put up terrific numbers despite the Giants anemic passing offense.
Beckham has snagged 65 passes for 858 yards and four touchdowns. Beckham has returned to elite status after an injury-riddled 2017 campaign. With a shiny new contract, Beckham continues to show why he is worth $90 million.
The underwhelming Buccaneers secondary has their hands full with Beckham. Tampa Bay allows 400 passing yards per game and have had fits covering elite receivers like Julio Jones and Michael Thomas in the past.
If the Bucs can effectively slow down Beckham and limit him to underneath catches, they should be able to get off the field often. With as subpar Giants defense on the other side of the field, it could be a shootout in East Rutherford.