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Daniel Jones injury update: QB continues to make progress | Big Blue View

Daniel Jones continues his trend toward being a quarterback for the New York Giants on Sunday against Green Bay Packers. Coach Brian Daboll said his workload will increase on Thursday, and the reporters out for training at Quest Diagnostics appear to be once again impressed with how well the quarterback has moved.

Giants who did not train were CB Cor’Dale Flott (Calf), WR Kenny Golladay (knee), DL Henry Mondeaux (ankle), LB Azeez Ojulari (Calf), QB Tyrod Taylor (Concussion) and WR Kadarius Toney (hamstrings). ).

Giants vs. Packers: 5 Good Questions with Acme Packers | Big Blue View

With the New York Giants facing the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, we turn to SB Nation’s Acme Packing Company to answer this week’s “five questions.” Evan ‘Tex’ Western answers our queries about the Packers’ youth wide receivers, what’s wrong with a Pack attack that scores less per game then the Giants, and where the Giants have to attack in order to win.

Other Giant Notes

Are giants RB Saquon Barkley the favorite for Comeback POY? | Team 33

I’ll be Barkley back! Rich Gannon explains how the running giants have taken a hit early this season.

Tyrod Taylor heads to London 4 days after suffering concussion | NJ.com

Tyrod Taylor heads to London. The Giants quarterback wore the red jersey at the training ground on Thursday afternoon, and coach Brian Dabol noted that while Taylor is still in the NFL’s concussion protocol after suffering a concussion in Sunday’s win over the Bears, he’s been traveling with the team when they are. The Plane. Leaves.

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Key player: Dexter Lawrence ‘in a good place’ | Giants.com

Defensive coordinator Wink Martindale said of Lawrence: “The most important thing is that you need to have the centerpiece of your defense wearing that armband with pride.” “We move him more than people really realize, and he’s done a really great job. The most important thing about Dex is that he’s very selfless. He’s excited for someone else to succeed like him. When players start playing that way, when they start playing for each other like he did, you’ll see things.” The good comes from him.”

John Feliciano hopes Cole Beasley will join the Giants | ProFootballTalk

Giants player John Feliciano said he hopes receiver Cole Beasley will change his mind and play for the Giants.

“I’ve spoken to him since he retired,” said Feliciano. “I talk to him all the time. I don’t know. I hold hope. I think if the right situation comes up, I think he’ll come back. But from what he says, he retires. So I don’t know. It might just be that I have a little hope.”

Before he missed practice on Thursday, Attacking Titans coordinator Mike Kafka paid tribute to WR Kadarius Toney.

Buy or Sell: Jalen Hurts as Best NFL QB, Attack of the Lions, Giants Improvement | PFF

The New York Giants are one of the biggest surprise teams in the NFL with a 3-1 score this season, and so far, they’ve shown an improvement in attack and defense this season after leading 4-13 last year. An NFC Analytics executive said he was not shocked by New York’s hot start, as some improvement was expected with new head coach Brian Daboll taking over as Joe Judge. The Giants played a relatively easy schedule early in the season, too.

From Mike McDaniel to Josh McDaniels: How are the new coaches doing after 4 games | the athlete

The Giants have the eighth toughest schedule ever, so a 3-1 start likely won’t be sustainable unless Golladay makes it, and Tony and Robinson deliver when they recover. Either way, there was plenty of reason to love the arrival of Daboll and General Manager Joe Shuen, and the 3-1 start should underline that optimism.

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Discount this week

Is Aaron Rodgers set to play Monster vs. Titan? | Team 33

Michael Vick anticipates what Aaron Rodgers and The Packers have in store when they fly to London on Sunday to face the Giants.

Messenger Douglas: Playing in London ‘sucks’ | ProFootballTalk

The Packers are playing in London for the first time this week. But corner back Rasool Douglas, who was on the Eagles when they played Jaguar in London in 2018, isn’t a big fan of playing abroad.

“It sucks,” Douglas said. “You can’t do anything there. Just get on the plane, then get up there and work out, then play a game. You get back on a plane and travel for eight hours somewhere else.”

Packers looking to reverse two troubling directions | Packers.com

Based on how the first four games of the season ended, it’s easy to spot the Packers’ two main improvement goals. In attack, he protects football. In defense, containment range.

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Jeremiah ranked NFL Network 2 Packers Top 25 Juniors of 2022 | Acme Packaging Company

NFL Network’s Daniel Jeremiah dropped his rankings among the top rookies in the first quarter of the 2022 NFL season, which included two Green Bay Packers: linebacker Quay Walker and receiver Romeo Doubs.

Aaron Rodgers says developing youth WRs packages will play into 2023 plans | CBSSports.com

Rodgers said watching his young goals develop makes him want to keep going, and admitted he can’t help but take their development into account when it comes to the decision he’ll make outside of next season.

“There will be a lot of benefits to be gained from these guys, I’m sure, long after I’m gone,” said Rodgers. “Look, my decision, when it comes down to it, will be, obviously, the physical part, the mental part, seeing where the team is. … There are some moving pieces that will definitely be taken into account. But seeing the evolution of these guys can’t help but be part of the the decision “.

About the league

Tom Brady on State of the Game | NFL.com

“I think there’s a lot of bad football from what I’m watching,” Tom Brady quarterback told reporters when asked about parity across the NFL, including the Buccaneers. “I watch a lot of bad football. Poor quality football. That’s what I see.”

Joe Burrow suffers from in-game amnesia from head trauma | ProFootballTalk

Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, in an interview with Colin Cowherd, admitted that on multiple occasions, Burrow forgot the second half of a game or the entire match.

Burrow said, “I think that’s part of the game. Part of what we got involved in. You’re going to get head injuries, you’re going to tear your ACL, you’re going to break your arm. That’s the game we play. This is the life we ​​live. And we’re paid well for it.”

49ers not concerned about George Keitel’s production shortage | CBSSports.com

Niners head coach Kyle Shanahan said he’s not worried about Kittel, and that his slow start — the Iowa graduate has not cleared 30 yards in any of his games — was due to continuing with his routine after missing the start of the game. the classroom.

“Yes, the more Keitel is outside and in good health, the more he trains, he can get back into the routine more often,” Shanahan said. “Kitle affects the game in many ways, running and passing. We definitely want to give him the ball more, but that is something we are not worried about. We think he will take care of himself when we start.”

Carson Wentz does not feel any panic in the leaders despite starting season 1-3 | NFL.com

After a win in the opening week, the Washington leaders lost three times in a row. Carson Wentz asks everyone to stay calm.

“There is no sense of panic. There is no sense of chaos here,” Wentz said. “We’re going into week five. We know how we played (and) it wasn’t up to our standards. But at the same time, I know everyone in the locker room has a lot of confidence. We did it. We saw spikes for what we’re capable of… We know the sense of urgency that exists but by no means is there a panic.”

The NFL has no comment on Dan Snyder’s aggressive letter to Congress | ProFootballTalk

On Wednesday, commanding owner Daniel Snyder ordered a strongly worded letter to the US House of Representatives Oversight Committee. The nine-page letter adopts an aggressive and hostile tone, describing the ongoing Congressional investigation as a “politically inspired job.” The letter appears to have been inspired by the fact that the investigation is nearing completion, with a full report arriving.

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