The scene on the Giants sideline involving quarterback Daniel Jones and coach Brian Daboll on Monday night was uncomfortable, to put it lightly. There were multiple clips of an obviously frustrated Daboll appearing to clearly state his frustrations to Jones after major miscues en route to a 24–3 loss to the Seahawks.
But after Jones threw a back-breaking 97-yard pick-six to Seattle’s Devon Witherspoon when New York was just yards out from potentially cutting the lead to four, Daboll was left baffled on the sidelines. Following the touchdown, which extended the lead to 21–3 heading into the fourth quarter for the Seahawks, Daboll was seen pointing to a tablet and then tossing it after attempting to show something to Jones.
Jones had a rough night that extended beyond just the pick six, as he completed 27-of-34 passes for just 203 yards and two interceptions while also fumbling twice (losing one in his own territory). He was also sacked a shocking 10 times while failing to capitalize on multiple opportunities to keep the Giants in the game.