The NY Jets and New York Giants are in the midst of one of the sloppiest, unwatchable games of football you've ever seen, and to add injury to insult, Giants backup quarterback Tyrod Taylor has exited the game with an injury.
Taylor appeared to injure his ribs in the second half and was immediately replaced by undrafted rookie Tommy DeVito. The veteran QB has been ruled out with a rib injury and is being taken to the hospital for further evaluation.
In his place, DeVito went 0-for-3 in the first half as the Giants offense failed to convert on a single third down. This is the first NFL action that DeVito has seen, and it predictably hasn't gone very well.
Meanwhile, the Jets are down their top three centers. We might be in for the worst half of offensive football in NFL history.
The NY Jets and Giants should just end their game at the half
Taylor completed only 4-of-7 passes for nine yards before exiting with his injury. The Jets recorded four sacks in the first half, and it feels like more could be on the way in the second half with DeVito at quarterback.
As for the Jets, Zach Wilson completed 8-of-18 passes for 129 yards and a touchdown, although the majority of those yards came on a 50-yard Breece Hall catch-and-run.
Both of these offenses are broken due in large part to injuries on both sides. What does the second half have in store for us?
If I were you, I'd bet the under.