Despite suffering an ankle injury Daniel Jones is set to start against the Packers in London.
The New York Giants will have their starting quarterback for their international game in Week 5.
Daniel Jones does not have a game status for Sunday’s matchup against the Green Bay Packers at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. The fourth-year QB suffered an ankle injury against the Chicago Bears in Week 4 and was briefly taken out of the game.
While Jones is ready to go, the Giants still have a long list of injuries. Backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor and rookie wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson were ruled out on Friday, while receivers Kadarius Toney and Kenny Golladay, edge rusher Azeez Ojulari, cornerback Cor’Dale Flott and defensive lineman Henry Mondeaux did not not travel with the team to London. In addition, defensive lineman Leonard Williams was ruled questionable on Friday.
This is a huge deal. If the Giants want a chance to win this game they need to have Daniel Jones at quarterback.
He hasn’t been perfect this year, some would say he hasn’t even been good but he has made the plays to win the Giants’ games.
Let’s hope that ankle is good enough so that he can make plays.