QB - NYG
Week 13 Outlook
Giants quarterback Colt McCoy completed six of his 10 passes for 31 yards and rushed five times for seven yards after entering the game for an injured Daniel Jones in the second half of Sunday's win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Giants didn't ask McCoy to do a lot on Sunday, but he managed to avoid mistakes and help lead the Giants to a 19-17 win over the Bengals. Jones is set to receive an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of his hamstring injury, and McCoy is in line to start against the Seahawks in Week 13 if Jones is unable to go.
Free agent Colt McCoy has officially signed with the Giants.
Although Daniel Jones has a firm hold on the starting job in New York, McCoy will be a great veteran locker room presence to fill the void left by Eli Manning's retirement. McCoy has served as a backup for the last seven seasons but given the playmakers on the Giants he could be a serviceable fantasy asset if Jones were to miss any games.
Former Redskins QB Colt McCoy has agreed to a deal with the New York Giants.
McCoy will stay in the NFC East and occupy the backup QB spot in New York behind Daniel Jones. With the retirement of Eli Manning, McCoy can come in and provide Jones and the Giants with a veteran presence in the locker room and on the field at the quarterback position. McCoy has proven to be a very serviceable backup in the NFL.
Washington quarterback Colt McCoy is inactive for the team's Week 6 matchup against the Miami Dolphins. Case Keenum will start, with Dwayne Haskins serving as his backup.
One week after starting for Washington, McCoy finds himself on the bench with Keenum healthy enough to return and a new head coach going in a different direction after Jay Gruden's firing early last week.
Colt McCoy likely will be inactive for Sunday's game in Miami.
After starting for the Redskins Week 5 against the Patriots, McCoy will be a healthy scratch for Sunday's Week 6 contest against the Dolphins. Dwayne Haskins will be used as the backup quarterback behind starter Case Keenum. There isn't much reason to keep McCoy active for the contest.