This game of points was easy to follow.
It’s never a bad idea to bring in a player with in-depth knowledge of the new offensive system, and that’s exactly what the Giants did on Tuesday when they claimed Quarterback Cooper Rush had given the Cowboys waivers. Rush has been in Dallas for the past three years, making it a reunion with Jason Garrett, the former Cowboys head coach and the Giants’ new offensive coordinator.
The 26-year-old Rush was released from Central Michigan in 2017, where he completed 60 percent of his passes for 12,891 yards, 90 touchdowns and 55 interceptions. In the past three years, he has been No. 3 quarterback for the Cowboys and has participated in five regular season games. Rush has three pass attempts and a degree in his career.
He should be able to help all other quarterbacks get used to Garrett̵
Rush was released by the cowboys on Monday after hiring former Bengali quarterback Andy Dalton, presumably to support Dak Prescott.
The Giants now have five quarterbacks on their roster. Daniel Jones is the starter and veteran Colt McCoy was committed as an experienced backup. A remnant of the Pat Shurmur regime, Alex Tanney was re-signed, and Case Cookus from northern Arizona was signed on as an unoccupied free agent. The presence of Rush characters that affect Tanney the most, given the story of Rush with Garrett.
In order to make room for the 90-man squad, the broad receiver Reggie White Jr. from Monmouth (N.J.) was dispensed with.