O.J. Howard does not return after injuring ankle
Eduardo Encina, Tampa Bay Times, published 19 November 2018

Bucs tight end O.J. Howard left Sunday's 38-35 loss to the New York Giants with an ankle injury and didn't return. Howard, who was second on the Bucs with 78 receiving yards on six receptions, was injured on the Bucs' final touchdown drive of the day. He caught a 24-yard pass from Jameis Winston over the middle and was brought down from behind by Giants linebacker Tae Davis, whose weight came down on Howard's right leg.

Howard injured his knee suffering an MCL sprain in September that forced him from the Bucs' loss from Chicago but used the team's off week to get better and played two weeks later in Atlanta. Howard is expected to be re-evaluated on Monday.

Beckham, Jr., does his best Warren Sapp dance after scoring
Going into this week's game against the Giants, defensive end Gerald McCoy said the Bucs defense wanted to keep playmaking wideout Odell Beckham, Jr., out of the end zone because he was certain he has a bunch of touchdown celebrations he's saved up but hasn't been able to use this season.

Beckham had gotten into the end zone just four times entering Sunday's game in the Meadowlands. But, sure enough, when he was on the receiving end of eight-yard touchdown pass from Eli Manning late in the third period, he had a special Bucs-themed celebration planned.

After making the catch, Beckham did his version of Warren Sapp's touchdown celebration dance from Sept. 21, 2003, known at the "Beyonce" dance. "I don't know," Beckham said. "I heard Warren was talking bad about me or something. Somebody told me. I don't know what he said or anything like that, so I just had to give him a little love. When people hate on you, you have to give them a little love."