Why it doesn’t make much sense:
The Giants are going to give Daniel Jones every chance to develop into a franchise quarterback, even if he has shown little progress or improvement through five weeks of his second season.
Even if Jones continues to falter, that likely means that the Giants will be within reach of the No. 1 overall pick, given the holes that surround Jones on the roster. If that winds up being the case, the Giants are far more likely to aggressively try to target Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence in the draft.
As it stands, Jones showed some progress in Week 5, passing for 220 yards without throwing an interception, but he did lose a fumble that was returned for a touchdown. Jones is going to need to give the Giants reason not to go quarterback shopping this offseason.
Similarly, unless the Giants would throw funny money around that would make it difficult for the Cowboys to match, it’s unlikely that Jerry Jones is going to let Prescott wind up with a division rival.