Lauletta moved a step closer to seeing the field Sunday when the Giants made him the No. 2 quarterback behind Manning. He dressed for the first time.
The Giants are sticking with Manning while still mathematically alive in the division. They trail the Cowboys (7-5) by three games with four games left and also are behind Washington (6-5) and Philadelphia (5-6), which play tonight.
The Giants, though, want to see what they have in their fourth-round draft pick before entering the offseason in search of Manning’s replacement.
Manning completed 19 of 35 passes for 170 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the upset of the Bears.