Monday, June 27, 2022

    Another bad QB performance could force the judge to start

    East Rutherford, NJ: The New York Giants’ season will end in less than three weeks with a lot of big decisions.

    Although their playoff hopes have not been dashed, the Giants (4-10) will not make a post-season for the fifth year in a row. Their record of fifth consecutive draw has also been confirmed.

    Fans are obviously not happy. Nearly half of them were seen for a 21-6 loss to New York near Dallas on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Not surprisingly, their seats were filled by cowboy fans who were enjoying the team’s 10-4 record.

    Some giant questions need to be addressed now.

    The team announced on Monday that quarterback Daniel Jones is being shut down for the season due to a neck sprain that has caused him to miss the last three matches, all losses.

    Coach Joe Judge will have to decide whether to start with veteran Mike Glennon or untested Jack Fromm, who signed from the Buffalo Bills practice team after Jones was injured on November 26.

    Glennon is a 32-year-old traveler who has started the last three games. He scored 13 of 24 yards in 99 yards against Dallas. Fromm got the last series and was 6 out of 12 for 82 yards, the cowboy had his drive stall at 9.

    Glennon will be a free agent later this season. Frome, 23, had great success in Georgia and looked good in garbage time against Dallas.

    There is obviously a big difference between starting an NFL game and coming to the end of the game, when teams play more than two minutes of resistance mode, the judge said. That’s not a knock Jack. Its reality and truth.

    Down the road, the Giants are about to face a big decision after another disappointing season. The biggest judge and general manager will be Dave Gettleman.

    After a 6-10 record in his rookie season, some hope has been raised, with the judge’s stock dwindling. It remains to be seen whether the former Patriots special team coordinator will get a third year.

    Gettleman’s future seems to be a foregone conclusion. A record of four rates in four years. Not good. His greatest achievement was the reorganization of the front office and scouting departments.

    For now, the Giant String will play out.

    I mean, now more than ever, you have to keep your head down, stop all the confusion you are causing, this and really give it your all, Giants defensive back Julian Love Final said about the three games. He added that the boys play for pride and for the right to return next season.

    Obviously, some people won’t come back.

    What is working

    The Giants don’t give up on big plays. The Cowboys’ biggest play on Sunday was Michael Gallup’s 19-yard pass from Duck Prescott. For the season, the Giants have left only three long touchdowns: a 70-yard run by Denver’s Melvin Gordon in the season opener; October 10 49-yard TD Pass Prescott near CD Lamb; And a 59-yard bomb near Charlene’s Justin Herbert on December 12 near Jalen Gaiton. For the season, Pat Graham’s defense has allowed 10 plays of 30 yards or more. It has kept the Giants in games for the most part.

    What help is needed

    Judge’s decision. After falling 15-6 in the third quarter, coach Giants decided to gamble from 29th to fourth-and-1. It was a questionable call. Trying to hide Glenn for a yard wasn’t smart because he doesn’t run like Jones. Either Saquon Barkley, Devontae Booker or Eli Penny might be a good choice.

    Also, Glennon should have been picked up much earlier.

    To stockpile

    Lorenzo Carter. The linebacker was spotted outside on Sunday. He had two of the Giants’ three sacks and was given a fourth-quarter jolt by Prescott forcibly on a strip-sack. He had four tackles and an excellent pass defense in the beginning after taking a good drop.

    Stock down

    Glennon. He threw three obstacles. The first pick was an O-line breakdown. The next two were on him. The 32-year-old Cuban will have to find a way to get one yard less in the third quarter by hiding his fourth-down from 29. The ball should have run back, but Glennon had to get the ball over the line.


    Receiver Sterling Shepard’s injury-married season is over. He hit his Achilles tendon with 1:26 to play. Rookie Arabic Gary Brightwell with a neck injury in the first half. The Giants are hoping to get some players back from the Reserve / COVID-19 list. CB Aaron Robinson, WR John Ross and Jimines and Cam Brown at LBS Ocean all missed Sunday.

    Key number

    6 times the Giants have scored 13 points or less in a game. They lost 1-5, Philadelphia 13-7 in that competition

    The next step

    The Giants took on the New Jersey Turnpike to play the Eagles on Sunday.


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