Stop us if you've heard this before, but NY Giants head coach Brian Daboll was downright furious with the play of quarterback Daniel Jones on Monday night. On multiple occasions, Coach Dabes was not happy with some terrible Jones decisions.
Things boiled over on the pick-six, as Jones missed an open Darren Waller in the end zone and instead tried to force things to Parris Campbell. Shortly after that, Daboll went over to Jones, showed him the breakdown of the play and tossed a tablet in disgust.
This has been a major topic of conversation over the past few days. Jones was asked about things on Wednesday after practice and the fifth-year signal-caller said he has no problems with Daboll getting on his case. Jones knows he has to be better:
Daniel Jones welcomes hard coaching from Brian Daboll
Jones continues to take responsibility for his poor play, but it's one thing to say something and another to show positive changes. His interception to Devon Witherspoon was vintage Jones, but not in a good way.
It was the kind of throw you would have expected to see from him early on in his career. That mistake can't be made in Year 5, especially after he signed his four-year, $160 million extension. Daboll is obviously going to stand by his QB and push him to perform at a higher level.
With that said, it's clear that Daboll isn't going to put up with garbage play from Jones either and he'll be ready to rip into him once again if more senseless turnovers are recorded.
Daniel Bellinger suffered an MCL strain during failed tush push attempt
In more troubling news for the Giants, tight end Daniel Bellinger, the best pass-blocking TE on this team, is dealing with a low-grade MCL strain according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. Bellinger injured his knee on the 4th-down, failed 'tush push' attempt in the first quarter.
Bellinger missed the rest of the game after that injury. On that same play, second-round pick and starting center John Michael Schmitz injured his shoulder and he wasn't able to practice on Wednesday either. Talk about terrible luck for this offense.