Giants' social team throws Daniel Jones shade with Germany game announcement

Giants fans sure are talking about this
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The NY Giants are headed to Germany and there are a lot of people fired up right now. Come Nov. 10, the G-Men will take on the Carolina Panthers at the Allianz Arena in Munich. It will be a lot of fun for the traveling fans and players.

However, with the Giants announcing the Week 10 matchup, there was one detail in particular that raised some eyebrows. That'd be that Daniel Jones is nowhere to be seen in the graphic. Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll have said Jones will be QB1 if he's healthy, but why not showcase him for this major news?

The Giants will take on the Panthers in Munich this season

Kayvon Thibodeaux, Wan'Dale Robinson and Dexter Lawrence are front and center here. Still, no Jones? This could be a bunch of nothing, as the Jets didn't showcase Aaron Rodgers in their post for their London game either.

However, the Jets' quarterback situation is way more clear - AR12 is their guy and he's hoping to post a bounce-back year after his torn Achilles in 2023. With the Giants, things are quite uncertain and it feels up in the air who will lead the offense out onto the field once Week 1 gets here.

There has been plenty of buzz that Lock could end up stealing the job from Jones. Lock was signed to a one-year, $5 million contract in free agency. He spent the 2023 season with the Seahawks after three years with the Denver Broncos. Lock has experience and he's a former second-round pick.

He has proven he can lead teams to victories, but are the Giants really going to be done with Jones after giving him his $160 million extension last offseason? Jones is still recovering from his torn ACL and there's speculation he could be released next winter. But, will he be given one last chance to prove his worth to Schoen and Daboll? It's hard to say, but we should know for sure once camp gets here whether or not he'll be NY's starter once Week 1 rolls around. If he does struggle, though, might Lock take over once the Germany game gets here? You never know what might happen.