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Walker connects on big 3-run homer (0:20)
Stanton belts 431-foot homer (0:36)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

It was an evening of redemption for Davis Webb. After a shaky outing last week, he bounced back in a big way against the Detroit Lions. Webb went 14-of-20 passing for 140 yards with a touchdown while playing the entire first half. He showed a strong command to the offense and an ability to fit throws into tight windows. He had a QB rating of 106.3 after a 49.4 last week. This was much needed. Webb didn't play last year and likely won't play much next week in preseason game No. 3. That will be Eli Manning's opportunity to get ready for the season. Manning didn't play vs. the Lions. But Webb at least gave the Giants hope they have a trustworthy backup this year and potential for more in the future.

Gallman finds paydirt twice for Giants (0:42)

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Tonight is going to be the Davis Webb show with Eli Manning unlikely to play. Pretty big opportunity for the young QB. Needs to bounce back strong. No Odell Beckham or Saquon Barkley either but should get to play behind starting OL + with weapons like Evan Engram/Sterling Shepard.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Gary Sánchez's (groin) rehab continues, and today, he's back in the cage.


Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Odell Beckham Jr. making quite the entrance. Always having fun. Not expecting him to play tonight vs. Lions though.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Boone says Aaron Judge played catch today and could be in a position to take dry swings this afternoon depending upon how he's feeling after earlier work. Also, Gary Sánchez will head to Tampa on Sunday as he continues his recovery, and will have a rehab start soon thereafter. Sánchez likely will play in a lot of rehab games before he gets back to the big-league roster, Boone said. He didn't want to put a new timeline on when we might see Judge.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets stock-market report: Rising — QB Teddy Bridgewater, WR Tre McBride, WR Charone Peake, LB Jordan Jenkins and S Doug Middleton. Falling: T Brent Qvale, G/C Jonotthan Harrison, WR Chad Hansen, LB Frankie Luvu, LB Lorenzo Mauldin, CB Juston Burris and PK Cairo Santos. Holding steady: QB Sam Darnold.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Notable snap counts from last night: QB Teddy Bridgewater played 30 snaps (57 percent). Sam Darnold got 23 snaps (43 percent). C/G Jonotthan Harrison led the way on offense (46/87) because he did double duty, playing with the starters and backups. TE Jordan Leggett played 15/28 in his preseason debut. Chad Hansen (22/42) finished third among the receivers, but he played with the backups. S Terrence Brooks (41/64) led the defense. Notably quiet: David Bass, their leading sacker among linebackers in 2017, had only two special teams snaps, none on defense. LB Dylan Donahue (14/22) also played sparingly.

BBTN: Acuna Fallout, Position Pitchers, Ravech, Mendoza

Buster talks to David O'Brien (4:52) & Karl Ravech (10:41) about the Urena/Acuna fallout. Plus, Ravech weighs in on the growing absurdity of position players pitching & more. Sarah Langs also stops by for an emergency "Numbers Game" (32:47) and Jessica Mendoza discusses her excitement for this weekend's Little League Classic (39:42).

Keyshawn warns Jets to not start Darnold Week 1 (1:12)

Bridgewater: Making the most of my reps

New York Jets QB Teddy Bridgewater reflected on his time with gang green so far, how it felt to take some hits and why he feels he's making the most of this opportunity.

Witten: Darnold making it hard for Jets to sit him (0:47)

1927 Yankees diary

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    "The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.