Title: DeVito’s Rise in Popularity Raises Questions About Daniel Jones’ Future with Giants
In a shocking turn of events, the New York Giants’ quarterback situation has taken a dramatic twist. Daniel Jones’ season-ending injury has not only put his $160 million contract into question but has also given rise to a new fan favorite in the locker room – third-string QB, DeVito.
Since stepping in for the injured Jones, DeVito has not only gained popularity among fans but has also displayed a level of competency and swagger that has been missing from Jones’ game for the past four years. In fact, during the Giants’ three-game winning streak, DeVito has managed an impressive TD-INT ratio of 5-0.
The stark contrast between DeVito’s consistent performance and Jones’ struggles has raised doubts among fans and media alike. Mediocre quarterbacks have achieved DeVito’s feat before, emphasizing the low bar for success that Jones has failed to reach.
Furthermore, some fans argue that DeVito might be a better option for the Giants’ Monday Night Football games, as the team has not won one since 2018. Watching a Daniel Jones-led offense has proven difficult, exposing his shortcomings as a starting-caliber NFL quarterback.
Adding to the uncertainty surrounding Jones’ future, the Giants’ management seems to be unaware of the kind of receiver he needs to succeed, even after five years in the league. The team’s regression this season, as predicted by many media members, has only solidified their concerns.
Notably, the fanbase appears to have lost faith in Jones. There is growing doubt that they would support him or even accept highly-touted USC star quarterback, Caleb Williams. DeVito, on the other hand, has become a fan favorite, with his rise being compared to the phenomenon of “Linsanity” in basketball.
Unfortunately for Jones, the only way he can hope to win back the fanbase is by either securing a Super Bowl title or making significant improvements in his performance. However, given the circumstances, many argue that DeVito’s agent seems more capable of securing a contract hit than Jones winning a Super Bowl.
As the Giants’ season unfolds, the quarterback decision becomes a pivotal one. Will the team stick with the struggling incumbent, Daniel Jones, or will they embrace the rise of DeVito? Only time will tell.
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