Whoever is at quarterback for the Giants has more turnovers than touchdowns
Prior to getting injured and departing last Sunday’s loss, Daniel Jones fumbled three times but was fortunate to lose just one.
The Giants’ offense has been stuck in the mud, scoring more points than only the lowly and winless Jets.
Meanwhile, the Browns enter Sunday tied with the Giants and Kansas City Chiefs with 20 turnovers forced. Given Jones and McCoy’s combined 9-to-10 touchdown to interception ratio, Cleveland has a good chance of adding to their total and climbing those rankings on Sunday night.
Regardless of quarterback for the Giants, there’s a pretty good chance they produce more turnovers than touchdown passes.