Daniel Jones: I’m feeling good, will listen to doctors and go from there

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It looked like Giants quarterback Daniel Jones was done for the day when he hurt his ankle in the second half, but another injury forced the Giants to put Jones back on the field.

Tyrod Taylor suffered a head injury, which led to Jones returning to action for the final minutes of a 20-12 win. Jones didn’t throw any passes as the Giants used Wildcat with Saquon Barkley and ran the ball whenever they had possession.

Reporters noted that Jones was limping after the game when he took the podium for his press conference, but Jones said he is feeling alright.

“I’m feeling good. I’ll listen to the trainers and doctors and go from there,” Jones said, via Charlotte Carroll of TheAthletic.com.

The Giants will face the Packers in London next Sunday. Davis Webb will likely come up from the practice squad if Taylor remains in the concussion protocol, but bad news from doctors about Jones would likely require the Giants to look outside the organization for more depth.

8 responses to “Daniel Jones: I’m feeling good, will listen to doctors and go from there

  1. You almost lost to the Bears, no one should care if you’re ready to start. Tyrod Taylor ran circles around your azz! Until that dirty helmet to helmet contact from the Bears rookie CB.

  2. Wardo…

    It’s obvious you did not in fact watch the game. And, if you did, reduce your medicine – you’re delusional.

    Daniel Jones played nearly the best one can under these circumstances – incompetent wide receivers. David Sills dropping an easy first down, Darius Slayton dropping a home run ball (though it could have been thrown a smidge further) and Tanner Hudson dropped a perfect strike.

    The kid has been too inconsistent to lock in long-term but I’m sure with the right pieces, he’ll be a winning QB.

  3. The NFL has a problem. Teams that stink:

    Giants
    Cowboys
    Commanders
    Saints
    Cardinals
    Panthers
    Jets
    Jets
    Steelers
    Raiders
    Broncos
    Seahawks
    Texans
    Colts
    Patriots
    And there’s more! The giants might be better without this horrible QB.

  4. “wardo the nytro tard says:
    October 2, 2022 at 5:26 pm

    You almost lost to the Bears, no one should care if you’re ready to start. Tyrod Taylor ran circles around your azz! Until that dirty helmet to helmet contact from the Bears rookie CB.
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    You actually watched a different game than I did. Did you also watch the Patriots beat the Giants in the Super Bowl?

  5. Reality check everyone…..Daniel Jones and the Giants STILL suck.

    I watched the whole game.

    LOL Delusional New Yorkers!

    People from New York have to tell you their from there. It’s like they think, they received a trophy for being from NY.

  6. Jones played really well again but he also got hurt…again. Taylor looked ok as well running the ball but didn’t complete a pass. Anyway, Jones ability to stay healthy matter in wether they keep him around next year.

  7. Jones was horrible and the Giants are garbage time kings. The Bears should have been blown out and the Giants barely stopped them, the Bears stopped themselves.

    Daniel Jones is slightly better than Mitch Trubisky.

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