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Fromm can be ignored in all leagues until a path towards Fantasy relevance presents itself.

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2022
2021 210 1 3 65 124
2020
3y Avg. 105 0 2 32 31.5
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Another poor showing in finale

    Fromm completed 15 of 31 passes for 103 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions in the Giants' 22-7 loss to Washington on Sunday. He also rushed five times for 53 yards and lost a fumble. The young signal-caller was better than the last time he'd drawn a start Week 16, when he threw for all of 25 yards on a 35.3 percent completion rate before getting the hook. However, with Mike Glennon (wrist) unavailable Sunday, Fromm went the distance and did manage to throw his first career touchdown pass, a 22-yarder to Darius Slayton early in the fourth quarter. Given the forgettable results he generated in his few opportunities this season, it remains to be seen if the 2020 fifth-round pick of the Bills has any type of 2022 opportunity awaiting in New York.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: In line for Week 18 start

    Fromm is lined up to serve as the Giants' starting quarterback for Sunday's season finale against Washington after head coach Joe Judge said Monday that Mike Glennon (wrist) won't be available, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Glennon is headed for surgery on his left (non-throwing) wrist, an injury the veteran signal-caller picked up during his dreadful four-completion, four-turnover outing in the 29-3 loss to the Bears in Week 17. The Giants swapped back to Glennon for the Week 17 contest after Fromm struggled mightily in his first career start against the Eagles in Week 16, when he completed six of 17 attempts for 25 yards and one interception before being benched midway through the third quarter. Glennon showed last week that the floor for the New York passing attack can be even lower, but Fromm's initial start doesn't offer much evidence that he'll be a dramatically better option. Even if the game versus Washington starts to turn non-competitive in the second half, it wouldn't be surprising if the Giants leaned heavily on the ground attack rather than relying on Fromm's arm to grind out first downs.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Headed back to No. 2 role

    Fromm will serve as the Giants' No. 2 quarterback in Sunday's game against the Bears and isn't expected to be used as part of a timeshare with starter Mike Glennon, who returns to the lineup after a one-game benching, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Fromm's run as the Giants' starting quarterback will end after just one game, a testament to how truly disastrous he was in his first extended NFL action during last week's 34-10 loss to the Eagles. Before being pulled midway through the third quarter, Fromm completed only six of 17 attempts for 25 yards and an interception while carrying three times for 12 yards. Glennon replaced him and didn't fare much better (17-for-27 for 93 yards, one touchdown and one interception), but the Giants may feel that the 32-year-old veteran gives the team a better chance at competing down the stretch than Fromm. More likely than not, the Giants will look to move on from Fromm and Glennon and bring in another quarterback (or two) in 2022 to provide insurance behind Daniel Jones (neck), who is expected to reclaim the starting role when he returns from injury next season.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Likely to play Sunday

    Fromm and Mike Glennon are both expected to take snaps at quarterback during Sunday's game against the Bears, Darryl Slater of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. Fromm was replaced by Glennon in the second half of Sunday's 34-10 loss to the Eagles after he completed six of 17 passes for 25 yards and an interception in his first NFL start. Although the 23-year-old struggled prior to being replaced Week 16, he's still expected to see playing time against Chicago. Head coach Joe Judge said Wednesday that the starting quarterback will be determined based on both players' performance in practice this week.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Still on track for Week 16 start

    The Giants will have Fromm make his first NFL start Sunday against the Eagles, sources tell Adam Schefter of ESPN. Head coach Joe Judge wasn't willing to confirm the Giants' plans at quarterback following the team's final practice of the week Friday, but multiple reports heading into the weekend suggested the team would make the change from Mike Glennon -- who started the previous three games -- to Fromm. Schefter also reported Sunday that the Giants intend to bring back Daniel Jones as their starting quarterback for 2022, but if he plays well over the final three games of the regular season, Fromm should get the chance to prove he's worthy of keeping around as a backup option. The former Georgia standout made his NFL debut in relief of a struggling Glennon in last week's loss to Dallas, completing six of 12 attempts for 82 yards.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Likely to start over Glennon

    The Giants are planning to have Fromm make his first career start in Sunday's game in Philadelphia, though head coach Joe Judge has yet to formally appoint the 23-year-old for the nod, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. Judge said Monday that both Fromm and Mike Glennon -- who went 0-3 while starting each of the past three contests -- would both be evaluated in practices Wednesday through Friday before a Week 16 starter was named, but all signs point to the second-year signal-caller out of Georgia directing the offense. According to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News, Fromm was the first quarterback to take reps at Thursday's practice, which suggests the Giants are ready to give his first extended trial at the NFL level. Fromm made his professional debut in relief of a struggling Glennon in last week's loss to the Cowboys, completing six of 12 passes for 82 yards. Because Fromm has been with the organization for less than a month, the Giants presumably will simplify the game plan and lean heavily on the ground attack Sunday, so long as the game script allows for it. As such, Fromm likely won't have much appeal outside of fantasy leagues that start two quarterbacks or have a super flex spot.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Set for backup role again

    Fromm will back up Mike Glennon on Sunday at the Chargers after the latter cleared the concussion protocol Friday, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. The potential existed for Fromm to earn his first NFL action with Glennon subject to an examination from an independent neurologist in order to play this weekend. Instead, Glennon will get a second spot start for Daniel Jones, who hasn't been cleared for contact as he deals with a strained neck. As a result, Fromm seemingly is one play away from seeing his initial regular-season snap as a pro after he logged time during the 2021 preseason with the Bills.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Could get Week 14 start

    Fromm is expected to prepare for his first NFL start Sunday against the Chargers during practices this week with the statuses of Daniel Jones (neck) and Mike Glennon (concussion) uncertain, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports. After being signed off the Bills' practice squad last Tuesday, Fromm served as the backup to Glennon in Sunday's 20-9 loss to the Dolphins. Though Glennon took every snap in the contest, he was diagnosed with a concussion afterward. While Jones has yet to be cleared for contact and is considered week-to-week, Glennon's status is more up in the air, given the volatile nature of recovery timelines for concussions. At the very least, Glennon seems unlikely to clear the protocol before the Giants resume practicing Wednesday, setting Fromm up to take all the first-team reps to begin the week. The 23-year-old's lone NFL action has come with Buffalo in the 2021 preseason, with Fromm completing 21 of 36 attempts for 172 yards and no touchdowns while taking five sacks. He also added 17 yards and a touchdown on three carries.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Set for backup duties

    Coach Joe Judge said Friday that Fromm is expected to operate as the No. 2 quarterback during Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Fromm joined the Giants on Tuesday when the team signed him off Buffalo's practice squad. With Daniel Jones (neck) out for Week 13, Mike Glennon is primed to step into the starting lineup.
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  • Giants' Jake Fromm: Picked up by Giants

    The Giants have signed Fromm from the Bills' practice squad, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Fromm spent the first half of the month on Buffalo's practice squad COVID-19 list. With Daniel Jones (neck) deemed doubtful for New York's Week 13 matchup with the Dolphins, the Georgia product projects to back up Mike Glennon under center should Jones not be able to go. Fromm has yet to see any snaps on the field during his young NFL tenure.
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  • Jake Fromm: Not one of two QBs kept

    Fromm was waived by Buffalo on Tuesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Fromm had a decent preseason with a 76.8 QB rating in the finale against the Packers, following a 74.2 QB rating in Preseason Week 1 against the Lions (he only played sparingly in the second preseason game vs. Chicago). He has started to show the poise he always exhibited as a Georgia Bulldog, but in the end the Bills decided to enter the regular season with just Josh Allen and Mitchell Trubisky. There's a decent chance Fromm has a spot on the practice squad waiting for him, though we'd also guess he could be a decent waiver-wire target for a team looking for a QB project.
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  • Bills' Jake Fromm: Stays away by design

    Fromm did not practice with his teammates Wednesday as part of a planned social distancing schedule, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. Nothing is wrong with Fromm, but the Bills' major fear -- which is the same as a lot of other teams -- is that an entire quarterbacks room would be ineligible if COVID-19 makes its way though the group and the team would be forced to start an emergency (and unprepared) quarterback in a given week. The Bills and a lot of other teams plan on doing this periodically so someone like Fromm would likely be virus-free should the team's top two quarterbacks not be cleared to play.
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  • Bills' Jake Fromm: Makes team as No. 3

    Fromm survived the Bills' roster cutdown Saturday and looks to begin the season as the team's No. 3 quarterback. For now, the rookie out of Georgia will work behind Josh Allen and Matt Barkley, though there's always a chance the team could bring in one more veteran and try to hide Fromm on the practice squad. For now , however, the Bills are choosing the sixth-rounder over Davis Webb, who was let go Saturday.
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  • Bills' Jake Fromm: Signs rookie contract

    Fromm signed his rookie contract with the Bills on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. The former Georgia quarterback is now under contract for the next four years in Buffalo. Josh Allen is the face of the franchise and only entering his third year, so Fromm will serve as a backup and developmental quarterback for the Bills, though how he fits in with Matt Barkley -- a guy that works well with Allen -- in the same room remains to be seen. We could see the Bills keeping three quarterbacks and the Fromm beginning his career as the No. 3 option.
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