3. Danny Dimes' second interception against the Cowboys
Jones has been on the unfortunate end of some bad interception luck so far this season, There have been multiple interceptions that have hit off a receiver's hands and into a defender's. Those are not his fault. This one, however, was 100 percent on Jones. As he usually has been this season, Jones was under heavy pressure rolling to his right.
All he needed to do was toss the ball out of bounds and live to see another down. Unfortunately, he didn't play it safe. Instead, he tried to squeeze the ball between two defenders and paid the price. Unlike the previous play mentioned, no Giants player was waving there arms 20 yards downfield.
Playing from a big deficit like the Giants were, it's natural for players to try to force things, but this was too much. It was a completely unnecessary play and eventually left the Giants with an even bigger hill to climb. This is something a rookie quarterback would try to do, not a veteran in his fifth year. Jones should know better than to force something in that situation. Stephon Gilmore made one heck of a play on him.