No matter how many good passes NY Giants quarterback Daniel Jones throws in a game, his ability is drown by his mistakes.
Why do people keep touting Daniel Jones’ potential?
Since he’s been the starting quarterback for the NY Giants, he’s only won four games — three of which has come from a single team — The Washington Football Team. He’s also had an inexcusable amount of turnovers.
Thursday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles could have been an opportunity to show he’s worth the hype. As pathetic as the division is, a win would have made the Giants contenders for the NFC East crown. A win would have also broken the four-year losing streak to the Giants rivals.
But what? Fans should be happy that he threw a good pass? That he ran 80 yards, before tripping over his own two feet? That the team he leads is 1-5, and since he’s been at the helm, 4-15?
Watching Jones play is watching someone in over their head. Yes, those around him are not helping. Evan Engram seemingly drops as many balls as Jones turns over. Andrew Thomas has been a disaster. But Jones does nothing to make the players around him better.
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