Giants go wildcat after quarterbacks Daniel Jones, Tyrod Taylor suffer injuries vs. Bears

Danielle Parhizkaran/NorthJersey.com

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones left Sunday’s Week 4 match versus the Chicago Bears late in the 3rd quarter due to an ankle injury. He was initially noted as doubtful to return, once his backup, Tyrod Taylor, suffered a concussion, Jones needed to reenter the video game to contact the plays.

The Giants offense made use of the wildcat development for a couple of plays, with star running back Saquon Barkley at quarterback. Jones did go back to the “quarterback” position, however simply to hand the ball off. It stays to be seen how efficiently he can plant his left foot to make tosses. New York completed its eventful drive by transforming a 43-yard basket to extend its lead over Chicago by 8 points.

Jones was hurt after being sacked by novice defensive back Jaquan Brisker, and was seen getting his left ankle taped on the sideline. Jones was walking and attempting to run the injury, however when the Giants got the ball back, it was Taylor who took the field in Jones’ stead.

The Giants validated after the video game that Taylor suffered a concussion soon after changing Jones, and remains in procedure.

Jones’ injury is definitely a big hit to the Giants, as he scored both of New York’s goals. He was flourishing off of play-action bootlegs, and hurried for 68 backyards and 2 ratings prior to leaving the match. Through the air, Jones finished 8 of 13 passes for 71 backyards. 



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