Slow motion clip of Daniel Jones injury has Giants fans fearing the absolute worst

The NY Giants quarterback went down with a serious-looking injury in the first half
New York Giants v Las Vegas Raiders
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At this point, all you can do is hope and pray to the Football Gods that Daniel Jones didn't just suffer a season-ending problem for the NY Giants. In the first half of the Week 9 battle with the Las Vegas Raiders, Danny Dimes went down with a knee injury.

To put it simply, it didn't look good for Jones, as he suffered a no-contact injury when trying to evade pressure from Maxx Crosby. When he tried to put pressure on it soon after, he buckled to the ground and he had to be helped off the field. A slow motion look at things makes this all look even worse:

Daniel Jones appears to have suffered a serious knee injury vs. the Raiders

Jones tried planting his right foot to try and get upfield, but it bent in a way it's not supposed to. Jones was able to get up, but again, he ended up falling down to the turf not long after. After being looked at in the blue medical tent, Jones was then able to walk gingerly to the locker room.

With Tyrod Taylor on Injured Reserve - meaning he'll be out for three more weeks following Sunday's game with the Raiders - that means this is Tommy DeVito's offense with Jones hurt. DeVito's day vs. the Raiders didn't get off to a strong start either, as he tossed an interception trying to hit Jalin Hyatt deep.

As of this writing, the Giants are down 24-0 in Las Vegas. This game is all but over, but if Jones' injury is as bad as it looks, then you can go ahead and say the campaign is pretty much wrapped up too. Entering Sunday's game, NY was 2-6 on the season, coming off a brutal meltdown vs. the Jets. Now, somehow, a new low feels like it has been reached with Jones hurt.