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Who’s To Blame For Ending Of Giants-Buccaneers Game?

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One of the biggest stories from Sunday’s action during Week Two of the NFL season was the final play of the New York Giants’ 41-34 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. To summarize the play, the Giants went for the traditional kneel-down with just five seconds left on the clock. Instead of simply allowing Eli Manning to take the knee without a challenge, the Tampa Bay defense forced their way through the Giants’ offensive line, trying to force an fumble of some sort. So who is to blame for the reaction from this final play – the Buccaneers for doing it, or the Giants for not being prepared for it?

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