Giants QB Daniel Jones ruled out with knee injury, replaced by Tommy DeVito

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones (8) left Sunday's game after going down with an injury. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones' return from injury didn't last long as he suffered another injury on Sunday.

Jones was dropping back to pass against the Las Vegas Raiders in the second quarter when he just fell. He got up slowly, then took a knee to allow athletic trainers to come on the field and look at him. Jones was sacked the previous play.

The Giants ruled him out shortly after halftime, and NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported postgame that the injury was feared to be significant and potentially an ACL tear.

Tommy DeVito came into the game for the Giants after Jones went down, and the Raiders went on to a 30-6 win. Tyrod Taylor went on injured reserve with an injury this past week. Jones went to the locker room after his injury and didn't return.

Jones was making his return to the lineup after missing three games due to a neck injury. The Giants signed Jones to a four-year, $160 million contract this past offseason, despite some injury history. So far this season, they've gotten up-and-down play and multiple injuries from their investment.