Giants head coach Pat Shurmur revealed that the team is contemplating a quarterback change ahead of Sunday’s Week 3 game in Tampa Bay against the Buccaneers.Amid the sixth 0-2 start in the past seven seasons, Eli Manning and the Giants’ offense has been stuck in neutral. Manning is averaging a career-low 9.9 yards per completion and 6.2 yards per passing attempt. The Giants are averaging just 15.5 points per game in their losses at the Dallas Cowboys and against the Buffalo Bills, which is the fifth-lowest total in the NFL.Playing No. 6 overall pick Daniel Jones isn’t just about giving the rookie a chance to learn on the job, following in the footsteps of Jets quarterback Sam Darnold, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and Bills quarterback Josh Allen, among others last year. Rather, Jones just might give the Giants a better chance to win right now than Manning can. Here’s a look at five ways Jones has a chance to immediately improve the Giants’ offense as soon as he takes the field:1) Deep ball accuracyManning was unable to connect with Bennie Fowler deep on a go-route in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s game, but Jones thrived on those deep balls throughout… Read full this story
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