NY Giants injury report: Three major stars out vs. Los Angeles Chargers
The NY Giants will be without quarterback Daniel Jones, and several key players on both sides of the ball on Sunday afternoon against the Los Angeles Chargers
The NY Giants will be missing several key contributors, on both sides of the football, Sunday afternoon against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Quarterback Daniel Jones (neck) will miss his second consecutive game, not yet cleared for contact after missing last week’s loss to the Miami Dolphins.
However, after practicing in fully Friday, Mike Glennon (concussion) is expected to start, pending him officially clearing the concussion protocol.
Meanwhile, rookie star wide receiver Kadarius Toney will be sidelined for the third consecutive week, due to an oblique injury.
Unfortunately for the Giants, their injury woes aren’t limited to the offensive side of the ball.
On defense, the NY Giants will be without cornerback Adoree’ Jackson for the second consecutive week, due to a quad injury.
New York enters Sunday’s game against Justin Herbert, Austin Ekeler and the Los Angeles Chargers as a 10-point underdog, according to WynnBET, despite the Chargers being without top wide receiver Keenan Allen (COVID-19) and Mike Williams and Chris Harris needing to test negative in order to play.
Here is the NY Giants’ full injury report for Week 14 against the Chargers:
OUT: QB Daniel Jones (neck), DB Adoree’ Jackson (quad), WR Kadarius Toney (oblique)
Questionable: QB Mike Glennon (concussion), WR Kenny Golladay (rib), DL Danny Shelton (calf), WR Sterling Shepard (quad)