Daniel Jones has had an interesting run as the starting QB for the New York Giants. Being picked at number 6 was very controversial at the time of the draft. Several Giants fans were very upset with the pick and I remember him being booed on NFL draft night.
After Jones rocky at best start with the Giants faithful, he actually had a very impressive pre season his rookie year. In his very first drive as a New York Giant, Jones dropped dimes and lead the team all the way to the end zone for a touchdown.
Following what appeared to be a shiny start to Jones’ career, he played pretty solid his full rookie season. Jones threw for 4 passing TDs in several games throughout his rookie year and developed a really solid rapport with Darius Slayton.
Following his rookie season a lot of fantasy players tapped Jones as the next great breakout QB, and well… He didn’t exactly live up to the hype this year. Jones by no means was bad in his sophomore year in the league. But there was certainly room for improvement. The argument for and against Jones is simple. The people for Jones says, he had no one to throw the ball to, and with no Saquan last year it really hurt the offense. People Anti Jones think that overall, he’s not bad, but by no means an elite QB.
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