Eli Manning will start his second consecutive game this weekend for the Giants after Pat Shurmur announced that Daniel Jones remains out with a high ankle sprain.
SNY's Ralph Vacchiano reported earlier this week that it was "likely" Manning would start against the Dolphins as Jones continues to recover from the injury.
With the rest of the season still in limbo, Manning will at the very least get to play one final home game for the Giants on Sunday to potentially cap off his 16-year career in New York.
Last week in his first start since Week 2, Manning threw for 203 yards and two touchdowns after connecting on 15-of-30 passes in Monday's 23-17 overtime loss to the Eagles.
Manning now has a shot to bring his overall record back to .500 after it fell to 116-117 after the loss in Philadelphia.
Aside from the Jones update, Shurmur announced that Evan Engram, Rhett Ellison and Kevin Zeitler will also be out for New York this Sunday.
Engram continues to rehab his injured foot that has kept the tight end sidelined longer than initially expected. He was a limited participant in practice this week.
Zeitler injured his ankle in the second half of Monday night's game and was carted off the field.
Despite seeing some limited practice this week, Ellison has not been cleared from the concussion protocol yet.