Giants pull Jake Fromm for Mike Glennon

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The Giants have seen enough of Jake Fromm.

Fromm’s first career start lasted less than three quarters. The Giants managed 78 yards and a field goal on eight possessions with Fromm at the helm.

Fromm went 6-for-17 for 25 yards and an interception.

The interception led to an Eagles field goal in the third quarter, but officials missed a hit to Fromm’s head as he released the ball.

Mike Glennon, who went 0-3 in his three starts in place of Daniel Jones, has replaced Fromm. He went 1-for-3 for 6 yards on his first possession, which was a three-and-out.

The Eagles lead 13-3 after the teams were tied 3-3 at halftime.

6 responses to “Giants pull Jake Fromm for Mike Glennon

  1. Those that have been calling for New York to see what it has in Jake Fromme now know what the rest of us already suspected: The Giants need to keep looking.

  2. When are teams going to learn that they need to have a good offensive line AND a few weapons before they evaluate a qb?! Everyone knows the way to fluster Tom Brady is to get pressure on him. How can you expect a rookie qb to be any different? GM needs to draft offensive line, rb, then wrs BEFORE throwing a qb into the fire.

  3. Actually, it’s quite pleasurable to watch went you can’t stand the Giants and their ownership.

  4. This was a game when there were no NFL caliber QB’s playing in the game. The Philthy
    “QB” was awful for most of the game. He is truly a running back. Sadly for the New York Nightmara Family Crime Syndicate, their running back couldn’t throw better.

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