made his NFL debut in garbage time of the New York Giants' latest blowout lo s , at the hands of the rival Dallas Cowboys.The former Buffalo Bills practice squad QB looked better in his one drive than veteran signal-caller did in nine drives. The play of both QBs could open the door for coach Joe Judge to start Fromm in , a suming remains out with a neck injury."We got to a point in the game where I wanted to see what Jake could do, point blank," Judge said, . "We weren't doing enough moving the ball otherwise, so I wanted to make sure I had the chance to see Jake and that will obviously open up a conversation about what we're going to do this week. We'll talk about it as a staff and we'll make the best decision for the team."Following Glennon's third INT of the game, Fromm drove the Giants down the field, hitting on Big Blue's only explosive pa s-play of the afternoon, a 36-yarder to . In one drive that ended in a turnover on downs, Fromm completed 6 of 12 attempts for 82 yards and took one sack. In nine drives, Glennon completed 13 of 24 attempts for 99 yards and threw three INTs. Seventeen fewer pa sing yards, eight fewer drives."Obviously, it was really fun to get out there," Fromm said. "It kind of checked the list, checked the box there a little bit. I got to complete a childhood dream and got to play in an NFL game. It was awesome, just the ability to go out there with the guys. There are some new guys, I'm new. It was just fun to be able to get out, move the ball a little bit, try to compete, and give us a chance to win there at the end."I was just trying to stay prepared throughout the whole game. I didn't know if I was going in at any particular time. I was just trying to stay ready. They told me there late in the fourth quarter, 'Hey, you're up.' I was just trying to get ready and try to make something happen."A move to Fromm isn't really about the young QB. Of course, the Cowboys' defense was playing laxer at that point in the game, allowing Fromm to try a couple of deep shots. The point is that Glennon is not the answer. Never was. The proce s that continually leads NFL front offices to think a 32-year-old with a career 60 percent completion percentage, 46-32 TD-INT ratio, and six wins in 30 starts can be anything more than a clipboard-holding player-coach is faulty.On Sunday, Glennon became the first Giants starting QB to throw for fewer than 100 yards and a sub-25 pa ser rating (24.8) since Danny Kanell in Week 11 , 1998 (minimum 20 attempts). Underscoring the lack of dimension to the Giants offense, Glennon became the first player in the Next Gen Stats era with three INTs and fewer than five attempts on deep pa ses in a game.In three starts, Glennon has completed 50.96 percent of 104 pa s attempts with two pa sing TDs and five INTs, taken five sacks and averaged a woeful 4.59 yards per attempt; he entered the week dead last in yards per attempt among 39 qualifying QBs, per Pro Football Focus.