Daniel Jones (at DAL)
It’s time to see which unit is worse - the Giants offense or Cowboys defense. The Giants have faced a very rough opening schedule (PIT CHI SF LAR) and the Cowboys represent by far their easiest matchup to date. Jones won’t have Saquon Barkley or Sterling Shepard, but he can add value with his legs and might be forced to play more wide open if the Cowboys can build a lead.
Nick Foles (vs TB) **Thursday**
Foles looked like a backup quarterback against the stout Colts defense last week and the Bucs front seven can be tough to handle, but their deep pass defense was exposed against the Chargers last week and Teddy Bridgewater threw for 367 yards against them in Week 2. The playbook should be unlocked with Foles due to his history with Matt Nagy and perhaps the Colts defense made it difficult to show that last week. If Foles gets some good protection, he might hit on a few downfield shots this week.
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