Watch Brian Daboll throw tablet in anger after insane Daniel Jones pick-six

Danny Dimes let his head coach down in a massive way on Monday night

Seattle Seahawks v New York Giants
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The NY Giants are officially 1-3 on the year and there's not much hope at all that this team will be able to turn things around. If you thought the Week 3 loss to the 49ers was bad, what can you even say about the Giants' play on Monday vs. Seattle? In the end, the Hawks dominated and took home a 24-3 victory back to Washington.

Daniel Jones had easily his worst game of the season and head man Brian Daboll was losing patience with his signal-caller in the second half. Daboll was livid with Jones after he tossed a pick-six. NY was about to score and make this game interesting, but Jones made a terrible decision trying to hit Parris Campbell. Daboll was so upset, he tossed a tablet in anger when showing Jones the play:

Clip of Brian Daboll throwing a tablet near Daniel Jones is going viral

What was Jones thinking on this throw? He had Darren Waller open for a touchdown, but missed him. Had Jones and the offense executed, it would have made it a 14-10 game and the Giants would have been in striking distance to potentially steal a win late.

Instead, Jones made his awful decision and Seahawks rookie Devon Witherspoon was there for the INT - he then broke everyone's heart in New Jersey by taking it back 97 yards for the score. Just brutal:

Jones also had a fumble in the first quarter, which the Seahawks took advantage of with a Geno Smith to DK Metcalf touchdown. Danny Dimes added another interception in the second half as well, trying to find Campbell again.

You can talk about the embarrassing play of the offensive line all you want, but Jones simply has to be better. This is a guy who has been wanting to silence all of his haters after he inked his $160 million extension. Jones hasn't done that at all. Daboll is going to have a hard time trying to defend his play. Jones was nothing short of terrible in Week 4.

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