A brutal interception thrown by Giants QB Daniel Jones. Photo Credit: ESPN Photo Credit: ESPN

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones hasn’t exactly been great to start the 2023 season. Unfortunately for Giants fans, that continued in their Week 4 game against the Seattle Seahawks on Monday night, highlighted by a brutal pick-six at a very crucial point of the game.

The Giants’ struggles on offense continued on Monday night, going into the half facing a 14-3 deficit, which is obviously not great but not insurmountable.

The Seahawks kept the door open for much of the game for a potential Giants comeback. And it looked like the Giants may finally get back into the game in the third quarter after Jones and company got into the red zone.

Unfortunately, a massive error by Jones completely changed the trajectory of the game. Jones attempted to find wide receiver Parris Campbell in the endzone, but Seahawks rookie cornerback Devon Witherspoon jumped the route, intercepting Jones and taking it 97 yards for a pick six.

It didn’t look like Jones ever even saw Witherspoon on the play, who was all over the intended receivers. Given their struggles on the night, fans are pretty much done with Daniel Jones after this crucial mistake.

Giants head coach Brian Daboll was also very frustrated by his quarterback’s decision making on that play, throwing a tablet in frustration while standing next to Jones looking at the play.

If Jones hadn’t thrown that intercept, it could have been an entirely different game. But this mistake completely changed the remainder of the matchup, and will ultimately be a big reason why the Giants would go on to lose this game and fall to 1-3 on the year.

[The Comeback on Twitter, Photo Credit: ESPN]

About Reice Shipley

Reice Shipley is a staff writer for Comeback Media that graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Sports Media. He previously worked at Barrett Sports Media and is a fan of all things Syracuse sports.