Brian Daboll: No QB Controversy for Giants

The New York Giants almost pulled off an upset against the Buffalo Bills on the road, even with several key starters missing, including their quarterback, Daniel Jones.

Backup Tyrod Taylor took charge, guiding the Giants to the lead for most of the game. With Jones nearing a return, the question arises: will there be a quarterback controversy?

Head coach Brian Daboll addressed this, stating unequivocally, “No.”

Daboll did commend Tyrod Taylor’s performance, praising his timing and ability to make crucial throws under pressure. However, he acknowledged the team’s red-zone struggles as an area that needs improvement.

Jones had missed the Bills game due to a neck injury he sustained the previous week against Miami. The Giants’ offensive line had been hampered by injuries to key players, including left tackle Andrew Thomas and center John Michael Schmitz.

As for Jones’ status, Daboll had no new information and was focused on the upcoming game against the Washington Commanders.

“I have no update on anything,” he explained, “I haven’t seen the doctors yet.” But one thing is certain: when Jones is cleared by the medical staff, he’ll return to his role as the Giants’ starting quarterback.


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