NFC East quarterback rankings: Where do the Commanders sit after roster cuts?

Heading into the 2023 regular season, where does Washington rank among other NFC East teams in regard to quarterback rooms?

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3. New York Giants

The New York Giants quarterback squad is headed by Daniel Jones and then followed by Tyrod Taylor. Of course, there is immense pressure on the former first-round pick in 2023 after he signed a massive four-year, $160 million deal with $81 million guaranteed.

As big of a contract as he signed, there is still in question whether it was rightfully earned. Outside of last season, Jones has been pedestrian.

The return of Saquon Barkley and attaining playoff football in 2022 has flipped the narrative on Jones and his play. Where he ranks among other quarterbacks will be scrutinized under his new contract.

Once a solid starter in the league, Taylor has been relegated to a backup as of late. The cause has mainly been due to injury.

Some forget Taylor was supposed to start over Justin Herbert in 2020 for the Los Angeles Chargers until a doctor accidentally punctured his lung. He also served as a starter for the Houston Texans in 2021, but this only lasted six games.

Tommy DeVito just had the sixth most passing yards in the preseason this year, but he has also been sacked nine times. With roster cuts occurring recently, the young signal-caller was brought back to New York's practice squad.

It is highly unlikely he will see any time on the field this year during the regular season. Nevertheless, he would serve as QB3 for the Giants, if brought up.