New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones left today's game against the Las Vegas Raiders with what is believed to be a partially torn ACL, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Daniel Jones had just returned from a neck injury for the Giants. Tommy DeVito, who filled for the Giants last week when Tyrod Taylor left the loss against the New York Jets, is now in the game.

Jones fell on his own on the play before he left the game, and on the play before that, he appeared to be slow to get up. It is unfortunate timing for Jones after just returning from his neck injury. With the Giants at 2-6, and Jones struggling to start the season, him missing the rest of the year with a torn ACL could mean New York has a top pick in the draft.

Tyrod Taylor is on injured reserve for the Giants, and Tommy DeVito could be playing the next few weeks. The team did sign Matt Barkley to the practice squad and has ties to Brian Daboll from their time together with the Buffalo Bills. Matt Barkley could be a veteran who could start for the Giants with both Jones and Taylor out.

Even though Jones received a long-term contract this offseason, the Giants could get out of it after the 2024 season with a reasonable dead cap hit, so that does rule out the team drafting a quarterback in the draft this spring, if they are in range to take one in the first round.

This season has not gone to plan for the Giants, and Jones suffering what might have been a torn ACL against the Raiders is the latest blow.