1. The Tommy DeVito factor
"That DeVito", "Tommy Cutlets," whatever you want to call him has been a total surprise for the Giants this season and with his first primetime battle coming up on Monday night, DeVito has a chance to do something special. With the way he's been playing over the last few games in particular, there's reason to believe he can keep playing well at home.
In five of the games he's played, with three of them as the starter, DeVito has thrown for 697 yards, seven touchdowns and three interceptions. What's even crazier, he has more touchdowns on the season than former first-round picks Zack Wilson of the New York Jets and Kenny Pickett of the Pittsburgh Steelers, which is remarkable considering he went undrafted and has played fewer games than them in 2023.
DeVito has lit a spark on this Giants offense, which is something they've lacked seemingly all season being in the bottom of the league in terms of scoring and total offense. In the win over Washington, he tossed for 246 yards and three touchdowns. Then vs. New England, 191 more yards and a TD. Let's see what he can get done vs. Green Bay.