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Giants news, 11/6: Daniel Jones injury, Tommy DeVito, Jalin Hyatt, more headlines

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Daniel Jones’ knee injury feared to be ‘significant,’ per early reports

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones suffered a "significant" right knee injury at the end of the first quarter against the Las Vegas Raiders, with numerous media reports stating it will be a season-ending injury.

The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo reported that the team fears Jones has a "potentially a torn ACL based on the initial tests." Head coach Brian Daboll said that x-rays at the stadium were negative but more tests needed to be done when the Giants return home.

Daboll said Jones thought he was OK to continue after the first time he went down on the last play of the first quarter. The Duke product came out to start the second quarter, but his knee buckled as he was untouched when he went to drop back to pass.

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Raiders crush Giants days after firing head coach, GM: What changed for Vegas? | The Athletic

Instead, the Giants allowed a season-high 30 points from the Raiders and New York feels like it’s officially looking to the future rather than the remaining eight games. Sitting at 2-7, the Giants are currently projected to pick within the top five of the 2024 NFL draft. With their quarterback situation once again up in the air, the Giants could be selecting even higher come April.

Quarterback Tommy DeVito on what has to be done moving forward

Giants in a dark place as major Daniel Jones questions loom | New York Post

The Post's Mark Cannizzaro writes:

If Jones — who left the game after the first play of the second quarter with a non-contact knee injury — is out for the season with ligament damage, it’s not out of the question to wonder whether he’ll play another down for the team that in the offseason gave him a four-year contract worth $160 million.

The Giants’ current projected path, based on the first nine games of this season, has them headed toward having a very high draft pick and a significant roster overhaul, and that very well may mean a new direction at quarterback.

Giants’ Daniel Jones’ knee injury opens door to Joe Schoen drafting a QB, but which one? |

Daniel Jones might be finished as the Giants’ starting quarterback.

It’s not a lock, of course. But the right knee injury he suffered in Sunday’s unthinkable 30-6 loss at the Raiders — which at least one former NFL team head doctor thinks is a torn ACL — opens the door to general manager Joe Schoen drafting a quarterback high in 2024.

Giants takeaways from Sunday’s 30-6 loss at Raiders, including Daniel Jones’ knee injury impact |

The Giants seemed determined to get rookie Jalin Hyatt some deep targets this week and he looked good in terms of getting behind the defense, but the Giants couldn’t connect on a big play to get their offense going. Hyatt caught one, but came down out of bounds, then got behind the defense only to be overthrown by Jones. His third deep target was on DeVito’s first interception.

This week’s opponent

Eagles hold off Cowboys 28-23 to take 2 1/2-game lead in NFC East | Pro Football Talk

The Cowboys' comeback attempt ended on the last play when CeeDee Lamb was stopped at the Eagles 4.

The Cowboys had a touchdown and a two-point conversion overturned by replay. Rookie tight end Luke Schoonmaker was a foot from scoring a fourth-down touchdown, and a drive later, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott was a right foot from a two-point conversion.

Around the league

Josh McDaniels upset Antonio Pierce brought up Giants beating Patriots | New York Post

No extension for Leonard Williams is expected during the season | Pro Football Talk

Texans QB C.J. Stroud sets single-game rookie passing record with 470 yards in comeback win over Buccaneers |

Odell Beckham Jr. scores first TD with Ravens on 31st birthday |

As of Tuesday morning, Josh Dobbs thought he could be traded to the Vikings or the Browns | Pro Football Talk

All options on table for Kirk Cousins in 2024, including re-signing with Vikings |

Vikings RB Cam Akers suffers injury to left Achilles |

Dare Ogunbowale knew FG was good when kicking it: “I should have hit one of those [Steph] Curry lookaways” | Pro Football Talk

Pete Carroll defends Geno Smith after Seahawks routed by Ravens |

Tua Tagovailoa: Miscommunication at end of game was my fault | Pro Football Talk

Saints' Taysom Hill accomplishes something no player has done in over 66 years |

Bears, Montez Sweat agree to 4-year, $98 million extension | The Athletic

Steelers WR Diontae Johnson fined $25,000 for criticizing officials, saying refs wanted Jaguars to win |

Mike Vrabel declines to name week 10 starter at quarterback Titans | Music City Miracles

Bills safety Damar Hamlin launches Cincinnati scholarship program to honor the 10 who saved his life |

Patrick Mahomes wants to play flag football at 2028 Summer Olympics | The Athletic

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