NS Giant went into Week 13 without a backup quarterback to start and they will leave Week 13 without a backup. After dropping 20-9 to Dolphin, New York announced that Mike Glennon, who started on behalf of the wounded Daniel Jones on Sunday, concussion during the loss to Miami. Amidst the uncertainty at the center moving forward, veteran Giants Logan Ryan offered to join as the group’s emergency signal caller… while seemingly inexplicably Tagovailoa, Dolphins QB, who just beat his team by multiple points.
Ryan, a longtime defensive back, told reporters after Sunday’s loss that he is ready to snap a QB if needed, by Zack Rosenblatt of NJ.com, but he uses this as an explanation: “I’m a lot like Tua, I can throw passes two yards to the left”.
Tagovailoa, for what it’s worth, did more than throw two passes on Sunday. The sophomore QB finished 30 of 41 for 244 yards and two touchdowns in Miami’s fifth straight win.
By the way, it’s unlikely that Ryan – who played quarterback in high school – would be needed to fill out the QB for the Giants, even if he were serious. Daniel Jones likely won’t be back anytime soon during his battle with a neck injury, and Glennon could be sidelined moving forward despite not leaving Sunday’s game early with an injury. But giants also have Receipt fifth pick Jake Fromm on their roster after signing a backup from Buffalo’s practice team this week.
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https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/logan-ryan-offers-to-be-giants-emergency-qb-after-ugly-loss-says-he-can-throw-two-yard-passes-like-tua/ Logan Ryan offers to be Giants’ emergency QB after ugly loss, says he can throw ‘two-yard pass’ like Tua