3 QBs the NY Giants can sign with Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor banged up

Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen need to bring in a new signal-caller ASAP

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2. QB Ian Book

Two weeks ago, the Giants brought Ian Book in for a workout, but opted not to sign him after elevating DeVito to the active roster. Now, with New York facing serious injury concerns for the quarterbacks room, it may be worth bringing the former fourth-round pick in on a deal.

Book has appeared in one game during his short NFL career and it didn't go well for him. During this matchup, Book completed 12 of his 20 attempts for 135 yards, zero touchdowns, and two interceptions. Despite this, the QB is still young and you never know what could happen if he were given another chance.

While Book may not be a big name and he doesn't have the experience of someone like McCoy, he'd surely be a step up over DeVito. Throughout Sunday's game, it was made obvious that the Giants didn't even trust DeVito to throw the ball five yards downfield. That can't be the case if you want to win games - you can argue this cost the Giants a shot at a victory over the Jets.