Andrew Thomas carted off field with nasty-looking injury vs. the Cowboys

The All-Pro left tackle got his left leg rolled on in troubling fashion

New York Giants v Las Vegas Raiders
New York Giants v Las Vegas Raiders / Ian Maule/GettyImages

You've simply got to be kidding. NY Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas has missed the majority of the season with a hamstring injury, but he was able to return last week against the Raiders. Thomas put on a show vs. Las Vegas, reminding everyone of how stellar he is.

However, panic alarms are going off right now. Early on in the showdown against the Dallas Cowboys, Thomas got his left leg rolled on and things didn't look pretty at all. Thomas was clearly in a ton of pain as he laid down on the turf. He was just carted back to the locker room too.

NY Giants fans are worried sick with Andrew Thomas suffering another injury

Thomas, who signed his $117.5 million extension in the offseason, just can't catch a break. His first concerning injury of the year came in Week 1 against Dallas, with him hurting his hammy trying to make a tackle on a blocked field goal.

This time around, his second issue has once again come up against the Cowboys. We can't state enough how valuable Thomas is for this offense and team as a whole. With all the moving around for the offensive line this year, everyone was optimistic Thomas could keep himself close to 100 percent the rest of the way.

Now, though, NY supporters are going to be sitting on pins and needles waiting on some good news to come in on AT. However, the way he was rolled on, it feels like this could be an injury that keeps him off the field for a little while.

At the same time, we can only hope that a significant injury is avoided too. Everything that could go wrong for the Giants has gone wrong this season. The 2023 campaign has been a disaster for Brian Daboll and Co.