Saturday, November 11, 2023

New York Giants Week 10 NFL Power Rankings Roundup

Throughout the 2023 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Below you will find a Week 10 roundup for the New York Giants in our consensus 2023 NFL Power Rankings.

ESPN -- Rank: 29

Non-QB MVP: DT Dexter Lawrence II

Lawrence is tied for seventh in the NFL with 14 quarterback hits. That's not supposed to happen from the nose tackle position. He has been the Giants' best and most consistent player by a wide margin, in part because almost all of their other top players have been injured at some point early this season. -- Jordan Raanan -- Rank: 30

With Daniel Jones' ACL tear coming in a loss to a team led by an interim head coach and rookie QB, the Giants' nightmare season has darkened even further than might have seemed possible. With Jones out indefinitely and Tyrod Taylor on injured reserve, Tommy DeVito overcame some rough early moments to put forward a respectable effort, and the run blocking helped spring Saquon Barkley to his best rushing average (5.6) of the season. But it's tough to summon too much excitement, with injuries crushing any hope of offensive growth and the reality of a high draft pick incoming. Sunday felt like the first time you could fairly have a conversation about the future under center, with Jones' long-term health clouding the picture and some tempting QB prospects possibly being within reach come April.

CBS Sports -- Rank: 30

With Daniel Jones out now with a knee injury, it's time to tank. Maybe they can get one of the top guys next year.

USA Today -- Rank: 31

You have to feel for injured QB Daniel Jones. You also have to feel like New York probably has buyer's remorse after extending him in the offseason. Now they might be one of, say, a dozen teams having to reconsider its QB1 plans going into 2024.

The Athletic -- Rank: 29

Report card: F

It's gotten so bad that the Giants aren't even fun to pick on anymore. Daniel Jones returned from a neck injury Sunday and promptly suffered a season-ending ACL tear. Backup quarterback Tommy DeVito gives New York a great chance to get into the top-two pick conversation, but would the Giants take a quarterback high after giving Jones a big contract in the offseason? The answer is probably yes because New York can get out of the deal relatively cheaply ($22.2 million in dead money) after next season.

FOX -- Rank: 32

At least Arizona and Carolina knew ahead of time they were likely in for tough seasons. The Giants had playoff aspirations in September, and now Daniel Jones' ACL twists the knife on what has been one of the worst years imaginable.

Yahoo! -- Rank: 31

The Giants are griping. They don't look like they have much fight. This all comes back to head coach Brian Daboll. The Giants might not win another game the rest of the season given their quarterback situation. But if they completely quit, it'll mean a lot of skepticism about Daboll going into Year 3.

PFT -- Rank: 29

Tommy DeVito doesn't deserve this.

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