Giants, Lions wrap up joint practice No. 1: News, notes and quotes


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The Giants’ offense and quarterback Daniel Jones dominated 7-on-7 drills to start Tuesday’s practice with DJ completing six of his eight pass attempts.

The bad news is that during the next series of drills (11-on-11), the Giants offense was shut down with Jones only going 1-of-4 with a would-be sack (Aiden Hutchinson) and a near-interception.

Things got no better for DJ from there.

There were a few drops (Saquon Barkley, Darius Slayton) sprinkled in.

As Bobby Skinner noted, there were also some ugly moments for the defense. They played solid during the first team period but then fell apart in 7-on-7’s.

Justin Penik with the breakdown:

Unfortunately for the Giants, there was more bad than good on both sides of the ball.

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