Nov 28 If Brian Daboll knows who the Giants' starting quarterback will be when they next play two weeks from tonight, he's not ready to share his secret. Rookie Tommy DeVito has led the Giants to consecutive victories, including a 10-7 triumph yesterday against the New England Patriots in MetLife Stadium. But waiting in the wings - perhaps - is Tyrod Taylor, who injured his rib cage last month against the Jets and might be ready to practice when the Giants reconvene a week from today. Taylor is on injured reserve.
Giants' Tommy Devito signing autographs at Wayne PrimoHoagies. DeVito, a well-documented fan of chicken cutlets and a North Jersey native, will meet fans Tuesday at PrimoHoagies in Wayne. The rookie quarterback, who lives in Cedar Grove with his family, will be signing autographs, taking photos, and sharing "his love for chicken cutlets and Italian heritage" at the store (1168 Hamburg Turnpike) from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.Nov 27 Giants win over New England 10-7
On the Game - Game 12
Gamegirl ..."Just like last week it was another nail biter, and best of all another win..."
Mikefan ..."DeVito once again, no interceptions, and a touchdown, and the defense did what it had to do..."
Giants edge Patriots and their woeful quarterbacks 10-7
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12 Preview - Giants
(3-8) New England (2-8)
Nov 25 The heyday of the New England Patriots rivalry with the New York Giants is long gone. While Bill Belichick is still coaching New England, Brian Daboll is the fourth coach hired on a full-time basis - not interim - since Tom Coughlin was let go by the Giants after the 2015 season. Sunday's matchup between the Patriots (2-8) and Giants (3-8) at MetLife Stadium will bring another new phase to the rivalry, which included Super Bowl games in 2008 and 2012. It will be the first time since 1999 that neither Tom Brady nor Eli Manning will be quarterbacking one of the teams.
Nov 24 If
offensive coordinator Mike Kafka is on borrowed time with the Giants, the
play-caller certainly did his chances of finding further employment no harm during
the win in Week 11. The 36-year-old directed an offense helmed by undrafted free
agent Tommy DeVito at quarterback to 31 points at FedEx Field.
Nov 23 The New York Giants will look to pick up their second consecutive win when they welcome the New England Patriots to MetLife Stadium in Week 12. Last week, the Giants went into Washington and completed the season sweep of the Commanders by a score of 31-19, which moved the Giants to 3-8. Meanwhile, the Patriots are fresh off their bye, but the last time they took the field was in Germany, where they lost their third consecutive game, this time to the Colts. Five storylines to follow in the Week 12 matchup.
Nov 22 If anyone had asked New York Giants head coach Brian Daboll if he'd envision a scenario in which Tommy DeVito, who started the year on the practice squad as the team's third quarterback, would be the starter at this point of the season, he probably would have said no. Not only has DeVito risen to the challenge before him, but he's also making what some might argue is a strong case to continue in the role of starting quarterback even if Taylor returns from injured reserve after the bye week.
Nov 21 Special
Report - If this current performance by young Tommy DeVito continues, the
Giants may have to make some heavy decisions in time for next season. He is -
or was - the third-string quarterback, who had a spot on the practice squad but
not much more. And suddenly the kid from Cedar Grove, N.J., undrafted and generally
unwanted, was given a chance because, frankly, there was no one else. So now what?
On the Game - Game 11
Gamegirl ..."How can you fell happy after seeing your quarterback take 9 sacks in a game? I guess when he also throws 3 touchdowns and comes up with a win..."
Mikefan ..."DeVito showed his skills today, and in only his second career start working behind a subpar offensive line, he came up with three touchdowns and no interceptions.."
Howell has 3 interceptions among 6 Commanders turnovers in their 31-19 loss
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Tommy DeVito throws 3 TDs in second NFL start
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New York Giants 31 - Washington Commanders 19
11 Preview - Giants
(2-8) Washington (4-6)
Nov 18 The 2-8 Giants are down to an undrafted third-string quarterback in Tommy DeVito and face an uphill battle to salvage the season. With the news that DeVito is starting for the second straight week on Sunday against the Washington Commanders, the term "tank" is being thrown around these days. Brian Daboll says the Giants are going to maximize their chances to win, no matter the record. They'll do it this week against the Commanders, next week against the New England Patriots and all the way through Week 18 against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Nov 17 Giants' Saquon Barkley says 'Loyalty means nothing' about future contract talks. Barkley failed to secure a long-term contract with the Giants this past offseason and is currently playing on a one-year deal worth roughly $10.1 million instead. While Barkley still has the support of the coaching staff and front office, it doesn't guarantee that he'll remain with the Giants through 2024.
Nov 16 Despite their playoff hopes having evaporated and there being nothing in the 2023 season to play for, the New York Giants have no plans to tank on their remaining seven games, even if it means potentially wrapping up the first or second-overall pick in next year's draft. Instead, head coach Brian Daboll is approaching each week, each game as though there is something to play for at the end of the season.
are Giants fans who hope the Giants don't win another game this season. At
2-8 with seven games remaining, the Giants currently sit with the No. 2 overall
pick in the draft. Those fans would like to see 2-15 and the Giants landing the
first overall pick. The Giants won't tank.
Nov 14 Brian Daboll sticking with Tommy DeVito at quarterback. To his credit, the rookie did all he could to ensure he was as ready for his first NFL start as he could be. Unfortunately for DeVito, he is one of 11 on offense, and the Cowboys' defense is as good as it was when the Giants last saw them in Week 1.Nov 13 Giants lose to the Cowboys 49-17
On the Game - Game 10
Gamegirl ..."I was hoping that maybe, maybe, the Giants could surprise the Cowboys..."
Mikefan ..."It's no secret, pass protection and run blocking are just not there..."
Cowboys rout Giants again 49-17 for 12th straight home win
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10 Preview - Giants
(2-7) Cowboys (5-3)
Report - There are probably worse places for an undrafted rookie quarterback
to find himself on a Sunday afternoon during the NFL season. You know, like the
Roman Coliseum, for instance. Or like on the deck of a submarine preparing to
dive. Maybe on top of the Empire State Building with a wind whipping at 75 m.p.h.
Or, in the case of Giants' quarterback Tommy DeVito, how about on the field at
AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Tex., with the Dallas Cowboys on the other side as
he makes his first-ever start?
Nov 10 A lot has changed for the Giants since their 40-0 Week 1 defeat at the hands of Dallas. Starting quarterback Daniel Jones tore his ACL, backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor is on Injured Reserve, and undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito is starting for the Giants. Dallas is vying for playoff positioning. They suffered a devastating 28-23 loss in Philadelphia last week. The Cowboys have the Giants, Panthers, and the Commanders over the next three weeks; all of these games are very winnable for the Cowboys.
Nov 9 Tommy DeVito isn't supposed to be the New York Giants starting quarterback, at least not in 2023. He really isn't even really supposed to be on the field right now. The expectation was that DeVito would spend the 2023 season on the practice squad, develop, and potentially push to be the Giants' primary backup quarterback in 2024. Being named the starter means some much-needed practice reps for DeVito with the other starters. He had previously been running the scout team and had few opportunities over the preceding months to build a rapport with players like Wan'Dale Robinson or Jalin Hyatt.
Nov 8 Barring
an unexpected development, either Tommy DeVito or Matt Barkley will be the
Giants' starting quarterback when they face the Dallas Cowboys Sunday in AT&T
Stadium. DeVito made his NFL debut against the Jets nine days ago after Tyrod
Taylor suffered a rib cage injury. He also entered the game in the second quarter
Sunday in Las Vegas after Daniel Jones tore his right anterior cruciate ligament.
Nov 7 What
Daniel Jones' season-ending injury means for the Giants. It put an end to
Jones' disappointing 2023 season. It also jump-started the process of perhaps
locating the next Giants quarterback (USC's Caleb Williams or North Carolina's
Drake Maye are top prospects).