New York Giants coach Joe Judge said quarterback Daniel Jones will miss this week’s game due to a neck injury.
Daniel Jones sprained his neck in last week’s victory over the Philadelphia Eagles and has been doing non-contact training this week.
Mike Glennon will play for him, and Jake Fromm will serve as a substitute. Mike Glennon played 5 games for the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2020 season, but lost all of them. The last time Mike Glennon won as the starting quarterback had to go back to the 2017 Chicago Bears.
The 24-year-old Daniel Jones’s third year of career is coming to an end, but every year he misses an end-of-season game due to injury: a high ankle sprain in his rookie season, and a hamstring injury last season.
Daniel Jones has a 64.3% pass completion rate this season, advancing 2,428 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 7 interceptions. He also rushed for 298 yards and 2 touchdowns.