Daniel Jones can’t put to rest that he has a serious issue with giving the ball up to the defense. It’s costing the NY Giants wins week after week, and his performance must improve.
The turnover issues surrounding Jones hasn’t been corrected at all through 20 career games. It’s getting increasingly worrisome seeing Jones make the same bad mistakes over and over again.
Last night’s performance against Tampa Bay was one of Jones’ worst outings in two years. The team had a great opportunity to put on a shocking upset of a double-digit favorite and instead lost in disappointing fashion.
Jones and his two second half interceptions made all the difference in this game. He started the second half off with a terrible decision to hold onto the ball far too long and get picked on the game’s first drive of the third quarter. Jones’ second interception came in the 4th quarter and led right to Mike Evans’ game-winning touchdown catch.
Daniel Jones let up two turnovers directly leading to 10 points. It’s not fair to the team, the defense, and especially the offense when #8 goes out and coughs the ball up again and again.
There was much to digest about Jones from Monday Night Football, take a look here.