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Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday's game vs. the Jets. He remained limited in practice all week but hasn't been cleared for contact. QB Tyrod Taylor gets the start again this weekend. He's played reasonably well the past two weeks, completing 65% of his passes at 7.4 yards per attempt with two TDs and 0 INTs. Taylor isn't a recommended fantasy play against a tough Jets defense, but he's not a significant downgrade for guys like RB Saquon Barkley and TE Darren Waller.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) still hasn't been cleared for contact and will be limited in Wednesday's practice, HC Brian Daboll said. Daboll also confirmed that Jones remains the starter, despite QB Tyrod Taylor's relatively solid play the past two weeks. We'll see if Jones can get cleared in time for Sunday's game vs. the Jets.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Commanders. He put in three limited practices this week but still hasn’t been cleared for contact. QB Tyrod Taylor gets another start today.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) is not expected to play vs. the Commanders on Sunday, according to NFL Network. Jones was limited in practice all week but still hasn't been cleared for contact. He's made "positive strides," per NFL Network, and seemingly has a good chance to be back for Week 8. We've been projecting QB Tyrod Taylor to start vs. Washington all week.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game vs. the Commanders. He was limited in practice all week, but HC Brian Daboll said Friday morning that Jones still hadn't been cleared for contact. We'll keep you updated on his status, but we're currently projecting QB Tyrod Taylor to start Sunday's game.

Giants QB Tyrod Taylor completed 24 of 36 attempts for 200 yards in Week 6’s loss vs. the Bills. The veteran also added 24 rushing yards on 5 carries in the contest. Though he only achieved 10.4 fantasy points, Taylor seemed to get the Giants’ offense humming more than usual on Sunday night. There were a couple of blown opportunities, including the poor clock management on the final play of the first half, that would’ve potentially netted more points for Taylor, but he filled in admirably for QB Daniel Jones (neck) in this contest. We’ll see who’s under center in Week 7 vs. the Commanders.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday night's game vs. the Bills. He didn't practice all week, so it's certainly possible that he misses more time. QB Tyrod Taylor will start on Sunday night for the first time since December 2021. Taylor is a serviceable backup but has little chance behind New York's leaky offensive line. We're considering Taylor just a slight downgrade from Jones for New York's pass-catchers.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) will miss practice again on Thursday, HC Brian Daboll said. The team has tried to sound optimistic about Jones' chances of playing vs. the Bills on Sunday night, but it's looking more and more likely that it'll be QB Tyrod Taylor under center.

Giants QB Daniel Jones is skipping Wednesday's practice. HC Brian Daboll told reporters that Jones' neck is sorer today than in recent days. We'll see how he progresses through the week. But you should be trying to not use Jones in your fantasy lineup even if he's active.

Giants HC Brian Daboll told reporters Monday that despite not yet having the results of testing on QB Daniel Jones' neck injury, he's "optimistic" about Jones' chances of suiting up Sunday against the Bills. We'll watch for confirmation on Jones' status. Although an active Jones against Buffalo doesn't look like someone we'd want to use in fantasy football lineups -- unless it's necessary.

Giants TE Darren Waller woke up with 8 grabs for 86 yards in a blowout loss to Miami. Waller set a season-high with 11 targets. Game flow always projected favorably for the veteran, and sure enough, New York quickly faced a double-digit deficit. Now, we’ll need to check on the health of QB Daniel Jones, who left in the 4th quarter with a neck injury. If he’s unable to go for Week 6 (at Buffalo), Tyrod Taylor will start.

Giants QB Daniel Jones suffered a neck injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game vs. the Dolphins and was quickly ruled out. Jones missed the final six games of the 2021 season with a neck injury. We'll update this current injury when we know more. QB Tyrod Taylor replaced Jones vs. Miami.

The New York Post's Ryan Dunleavy reports that the Giants are expected to sit "key starters" in Sunday's regular-season finale vs. the Eagles. New York is locked into the NFC's #6 seed and has nothing to play for. We've been projecting QB Daniel Jones and RB Saquon Barkley to sit all week. Look for QB Tyrod Taylor to get the start and for RBs Matt Breida and Gary Brightwell to handle backfield duties. WRs Darius Slayton, Isaiah Hodgins and Richie James could also be held out or be pulled early in Sunday's game.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (ankle) isn't listed on the final injury report and will start Sunday morning's game vs. the Packers. Jones put in limited practices on Wednesday and Thursday and a full workout on Friday. It's still tough to believe that he'll have his usual mobility this weekend, which takes away most of whatever fantasy appeal Jones has. QB Tyrod Taylor (concussion) is out for Week 5, leaving QB Davis Webb as the backup.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (ankle) got in a limited practice on Wednesday. The New York media thought he looked better than expected in the open portion of practice. It looks like Jones is trending toward being available for Sunday morning's game vs. the Packers. QB Tyrod Taylor (concussion) did not practice on Wednesday.

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Giants QB Daniel Jones is "feeling a little bit better today," HC Brian Daboll said Monday. Daboll confirmed that Jones has a sprained ankle but wouldn't say if it's a high or low sprain. "We'll just see how that goes," Daboll added. With QB Tyrod Taylor in the concussion protocol, it's possible that the Giants are forced to start QB Davis Webb vs. the Packers in London on Sunday.

Giants QB Tyrod Taylor left Sunday's win over the Bears with a concussion. He had entered the game after Daniel Jones sprained his left ankle. Jones took back over after Taylor left. We'll see about the health of both players leading up to a Week 5 visit to Green Bay.

Giants QB Daniel Jones injured his left ankle in the 2nd half of Sunday's game vs. the Bears. QB Tyrod Taylor has replaced him. We'll update Jones' status when we know more.

Update: Jones returned to the game -- with his ankle heavily taped -- after Taylor left for a concussion check.

Giants HC Brian Daboll said Sunday that QB Tyrod Taylor "should be OK" after his injury in the preseason finale, according to Dan Salomone of the team website. Taylor left the field in the 1st half and then rode from the medical tent to the locker room on a cart with a back injury. We'll see whether he's back in time for the regular-season opener.

Giants QB Tyrod Taylor left Sunday's preseason finale with an injury. He was initially able to jog off the field for examination in the medical tent. But Taylor went from there to the locker room on a cart. We'll watch for updates.

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