Sport Giants will not go back to Eli Manning after Daniel Jones’ struggles
Patriots and Giants have a history of compelling games, but this won’t be one of them
Despite the introduction of Danny Dimes into the mix, it’s a matter of how the Patriots will win, not if.Even excluding the two Super Bowls That Shall Not Be Named, the Patriots and Giants have a history of playing compelling games, especially since they are not conference opponents and play infrequently (just 12 times, including the two lousy you-know-whats).
New York Giants rookie first-round pick Daniel Jones has struggled with giveaways after opening up his career in grand fashion a few weeks back.
Jones has thrown eight interceptions and lost two fumbles in his past four starts. That included a three turnover outing in a.
Despite this, Giants head coach Pat Shurmur noted on Monday that the team will not go back to veteran Eli Manning. Jones will remain New York’s starting quarterback.
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Pat Shurmur says he will not consider a quarterback change. Daniel Jones is the starter and “he’ll learn” from the ups and downs.— Art Stapleton (@art_stapleton)
This makes a ton of sense. New York finds itself at 2-5 on the season. The team is going nowhere fast.
Bringing Manning back as the starter wouldn’t help the Giants as they enter the initial stages of a rebuild. He was benched for a reason after an 0-2 start to the season.
The No. 6 overall pick in April’s draft, Jones was always going to be a project.
Ain a comeback win over the Buccaneers in Week 3 led to unrealistic expectations. He’s now hit the wall. It’s time for Jones and the Giants’ coaching staff to move on from these recent struggles.
Cowboys Michael Bennett stands for anthem for first time in years .
There were questions regarding whether or not newly acquired Dallas Cowboys’ defensive end Michael Bennett would be standing for the National Anthem. He hadn’t been in his previous stop, and has voiced his opinion regarding the matter on numerous occasions. That, and more, is detailed here in a piece at the New Yorker. The Dallas Cowboys have always stood for the anthem, tonight Bennett joined them. Michael Bennett standing with his Cowboys teammates during the national anthem. Bennett had stayed in the locker room during the anthem while in New England pic.twitter.
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