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Tommy DeVito will make his fourth start of the year coming Monday when the Giants take on the Packers, according to a statement made by coach Brian Daboll on Tuesday. After Tyrod Taylor and Daniel Jones were placed on injured reserve in back-to-back games in Week 10, DeVito assumed the starting role and guided the team to a 2-1 victory with six touchdown passes and just one interception.

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“Tommy’s done a good job; he’s improved in each of the games he’s played,” Daboll stated. “I thought he played well the last two games, made good decisions, was accurate with the football and earned the right to play.” In each of the last two games, DeVito has completed at least 68 percent of his passes and concluded with a passer rating exceeding 100. In addition to becoming the first undrafted rookie in the common draft era to achieve a passer rating of 100 or higher in back-to-back starts, he became just the fifth undrafted rookie in the common draft era to win at least two of his first three starts.
Among quarterbacks with at least 100 throw attempts this season, DeVito’s 6.7 touchdown percentage is the second-highest in the NFL, only behind

Brock Purdy of San Francisco is the only one with 6.9%. In Week 11, the 25-year-old’s performance against the Commanders earned him the title of Rookie of the Week. During the game, he completed 69.2 percent of his passes for 246 yards, three touchdowns, and no interceptions, earning him a passer rating of 137.7—the highest of any undrafted rookie in the common draft era.

Daboll stated, “He’s played well.” “He has executed his judgments well, thrown the ball where it should be thrown, and been accurate with the Regarding the choice, DeVito remarked, “I wasn’t surprised but at the same time, I didn’t know what was going to happen.” “I was informed during that week, the bye week, that a decision was going to be made and that I would be informed as soon as it was, and I was. Although I’m pleased about it, it’s still a job. You still have to put up a show and complete every task. It’s not as though you’re at the top right now, which is far from the case, but I’m just going to attempt to go out there and try to improve every day in an effort to win my colleagues’ respect and


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