Daniel Jones inactive for Seahawks matchup

Starting off quarterback Daniel Jones will not match up for the New York Giants’ 7 days 13 match in opposition to the Seattle Seahawks.

It’s officially official, but not all that astonishing.

On Sunday afternoon, the New York Giants announced that starting off quarterback Daniel Jones would be inactive for the team’s 7 days 13 matchup out in Seattle. Jones was beforehand mentioned as doubtful due to a hamstring pressure suffered in the 7 days 12 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.

This will be Jones’ third missed match of his job. The previous Duke Blue Satan sat out a pair of matchups during his 2019 rookie campaign due to a higher-ankle sprain, which cleared the way for Eli Manning to begin his final two game titles as an NFL quarterback.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter described Saturday night that veteran backup Colt McCoy was anticipated to notch the begin for Major Blue. McCoy accomplished six of 10 passes for 31 yards in reduction of Jones during past week’s win.

Luckily for us for the Giants, McCoy will be going up in opposition to a Seahawks secondary that is been putrid all 12 months prolonged. Seattle is past in the NFL with 328.8 passing yards allowed for each match — a horrendous mark. The moment McCoy gets accustomed to the situation (which might take some time given he hasn’t commenced a match considering that past 12 months), be expecting the Giants to unfold the field and take benefit of the beneath-ordinary defensive backfield.

But right up until then, New York will very likely rely on managing backs Wayne Gallman and Alfred Morris together with the strengthening offensive line to take the pressure off its backup-turned-starter.