The New York Giants are officially at rock bottom as their season is over and has been over for the past few weeks now.  Now Daniel Jones has a torn ACL and is out for the rest of the season.  Most NFL experts and Giants writers/reporters even think that this could be the beginning of the end for Daniel Jones with the New York Giants.  Now Tommy DeVito will start at quarterback for them and even played most of the game at the Raiders this past Sunday after DJ went out with the injury.  Below is my quick take on this from The Times Union:

Giants quarterback Daniel Jones can't stay on field because he's always injured and now his longtime future with the franchise is a very big question mark. The Giants will have no choice but to draft a quarterback not knowing when Jones will get back on the field unless they turn things over to Tyrod Taylor until Daniel recovers from a torn ACL. Everything that could have gone wrong for the Giants this season has gone wrong and now their starting quarterback is out for the season. If the Giants don't win another game maybe they can get the top pick in the draft and go after one of the top quarterbacks which there are plenty to choice from this season.

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Next up for the Gmen are the rival Dallas Cowboys and who knows how big of a blowout this could be.  One thing is for sure with the Giants, they will be shopping for and most likely drafting a QB in the 2024 NFL Draft with it being such a strong draft class.

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