Giants QB Returns To Practice After Injury In Week 4

The New York Giants are one of the biggest stories in the NFL in 2022 so far, getting off to a 3-1 start, and with the defence playing at a high-level and running back Saquon Barkley establishing himself once again as one of the best in the league, there's a very good chance they could keep this up. In order to step up and beat the bigger teams and compete for a playoff spot in 2022 however, the Giants need more consistent play out of their QB, something which didn't help them in Week 4, as both Daniel Jones and Tyrod Taylor went down with injury at different points throughout the game.

The Giants then worked out Jake Fromm and AJ McCarron as potential depth players on this roster, but today, the team received great news, as starting QB Jones was a full participant in practice, and according to many, looked and moved very well on Wednesday. 

The Giants will travel to London to play the Green Bay Packers in Week 5, and if Jones can be healthy enough to play, we've seen the Packers vulnerability so far in 2022, and with Barkley doing his thing, this could be a major upset on New York's part. Right now, it's tough to tell whether this team is a genuine threat or just a feel good story through four weeks, but if Jones can be solid and protect the ball, this could be a major statement game for the New York Giants.

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