4. QB Tommy DeVito
We'll give Tommy DeVito his props, because for a UDFA out of Illinois, he did what was asked of him. However, the start he had once he was called into action was terrible and wiped away any chances the Giants had of leaving this week with a victory. After making his first completion of the game, DeVito would throw two interceptions, both of which led to consecutive scores for the Raiders that put the Giants in a 24-0 hole.
For the game, DeVito completed 15-of-20 pass attempts for 175 yards, one touchdown, and two interceptions. It was nice to see DeVito get his first career passing touchdown early in the fourth, but overall, this game left much to be desired and showcased a big problem the Giants are going to have moving forward with Jones missing significant action.
New York simply can't rely on DeVito to play QB every week. While they signed Matt Barkley to the practice squad, we doubt he'd be a much better option. Unfortunately, there's not much for the Giants to do, as few teams can be prepared for both their starter and backup to get injured within three weeks. The return of Tyrod Taylor (Injured Reserve) can't come soon enough.