Mike Glennon set to start for Giants again this week

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Word on Monday was that Daniel Jones would not be cleared to return to action this week and Giants head coach Joe Judge confirmed that on Wednesday.

Judge told reporters that Jones did not get the green light after consulting with doctors about his neck injury and that Mike Glennon will remain the team’s starting quarterback when the Giants face the Cowboys this Sunday.

It will be Glennon’s third straight start. He’s gone 40-of-80 for 378 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions as the team’s been outscored 57-30 in a pair of losses.

Judge was asked about the possibility of the Giants taking a look at Jake Fromm after signing him off the Bills practice squad a couple of weeks ago. He didn’t rule that out, but, for now, the team’s sticking with the status quo when it comes to replacing Jones in the lineup.

3 responses to “Mike Glennon set to start for Giants again this week

  1. They don’t have to try hard to move up in the draft. All they have to do is play on Sundays….. This franchise is worst now then in the 70s

  2. The Giants need a 2021 version of the 1978 Philly Fumble/Miracle in the Meadowlands. Something so truly embarrassing that Mara and Tisch have no choice but to wipe it all clean as the Maras did back then. The question now is, who will be the 2022 version of 1979’s George Young?

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