The New York Giants are struggling in the 2023 season, with a 2-8 record and significant quarterback issues. The team was recently defeated by the Dallas Cowboys, 49-17, marking their second loss to the Cowboys this season. Both their starting quarterback, Daniel Jones, and backup quarterback, Tommy DeVito, are injured, leaving the team in a difficult position.
The Giants’ struggles have been compounded by financial decisions, such as choosing to pay Daniel Jones over star player Saquon Barkley. The team’s performance has declined significantly since their playoff appearance just a year ago.
In their recent game against the Cowboys, the Giants’ defense also underperformed, contributing to the team’s overall struggles. With a league-low average of 11.2 points per game coming into Week 10, the Giants’ offense has also been a major source of concern.
The team’s head coach, Brian Daboll, is facing scrutiny for the team’s poor performance, and there are questions about his future with the organization. Overall, the outlook for the Giants seems bleak, with little hope for improvement in the near future.