The New York Giants have big decisions to mull over at the starting quarterback position from now through the offseason. The Giants could have a bad enough record to be in contention for a top quarterback prospect in the 2024 draft, and they would need to decide what to do with Daniel Jones at that point.
But more immediately, the Giants need to figure out their starting quarterback situation for the rest of the season, with Jones finishing the campaign on injured reserve. Backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor should be able to return from his injury shortly. However, Tommy DeVito has played well in recent weeks with Taylor sidelined.
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DeVito has thrown four touchdowns and no interceptions during the Giants’ previous two games, wins over the Washington Commanders and New England Patriots.
The New York Giants have a question at QB
According to a video posted by SNY Giants, head coach Brian Daboll said the staff hadn’t decided if they’d go with Taylor of DeVito after the Giants’ Week 13 bye.
“We’re just getting started on that process now. We’ll have plenty of meetings tonight, tomorrow,” Daboll said.
Brian Daboll says the Giants haven't decided who will be the team's starting quarterback after the bye: pic.twitter.com/A1c94f7K7G
— Giants Videos (@SNYGiants) November 27, 2023
DeVito has played well enough to start another mini-quarterback controversy in New York. The Giants’ backups have performed better than their New York counterpart, the New York Jets, who have had terrible play from Zach Wilson and Tim Boyle after losing Aaron Rodgers to an Achilles injury.
This won’t be the only decision the Giants will make at quarterback in the next few months.
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