Daniel Jones worked his magic, again, and Saquon Barkley's backup—second year man Wayne Gallman—scored these two touchdowns as the suddenly revived New York Giants claimed a 24-3 victory over the winless Washington Redskins on Sunday.
The G-men also scored a third TD when Jabrill Peppers scored on a 32-yard interception of Dwayne Haskins.
Yes, I said Dwayne Haskins, whom head coach Jay Gruden finally put in early in the game, just one series after Case Keenum missed a wide-open receiver for a touchdown.
Haskins did drive the Redskins down the field on his first drive for the team’s only score—a Dustin Hopkins 21-yard field goal—but he mostly struggled, going just nine of 17 for 107 YDS while throwing three interceptions.
I have a feeling he’ll be back next week.
I have a feeling Gruden will not, as the Redskins' 0-4 start is their worst since losing their first five in 2001.