The New York Giants suffered a heavy defeat on Sunday, falling to the Arizona Cardinals 26-7. For his part, Giants quarterback Daniel Jones had a forgettable evening prior to being benched towards the latter part of the contest. With Jones being sacked no less than six times during the game, New York offensive line coach Daniel DeGuglielmo admitted that his o-line has to take some of the blame for their QB's poor showing.

DeGglielmo admitted that they could have provided more protection for Jones against the Cardinals:

“Good teams can pass block when everybody knows you have to throw the ball,’’ DeGuglielmo said Tuesday, via Paul Schwartz of the New York Post. “Good offensive lines can do that. We were not a good offensive line the other day. Yeah, I feel terrible about it. I feel terrible for the guy who is taking the hits, that’s who I feel terrible about it for.’’

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Jones, who was coming off a spell on the sidelines due to a hamstring injury, finished the Giants' recent loss with 11-of-21 completed passes for 127 yards. The six sacks were clearly the biggest downside of his performance in the defeat, but as DeGuglielmo indicated above, that can't all be on Jones. Then again, there's also no denying that the 23-year-old's lack of proficiency in recognizing pressure was once again exposed against the Cardinals.

Jones and the Giants' struggling offensive line will get a shot at redemption on Sunday when they take on the Cleveland Browns in Week 15. New York were on a four-game winning streak prior to the loss against the Cardinals, and they will hope to get back to winning ways when they take on a surging Browns side.