Daniel Jones Final Week 10 Grade: A-
It’s hard to argue with 75% completion percentage, 244 yards, no glaring mistakes, and the team’s first win against Philly since 2016.
Danny Jones came to play Sunday and he played smart, sound, and efficient football for the better part of 60 minutes. It was a consistent, promising effort from Jones with hopefully more games like this to come in the future. Daniel picked up his first win against a non-Washington Football Team since his glorious debut in Week 3 of 2019 in Tampa Bay.
The NY Giants need this type of performance from their quarterback week in and week out. He only had one touchdown, and it came on the ground, but he commanded and led a good offense up and down the field all game. Wayne Gallman’s two touchdowns were much-deserved for the talented back but could have easily gone to Jones for a rushing or passing touchdown attempt.
Surely, Jones won’t be complaining as long as the offense is moving like it did today. Jones had his best game all year throwing downfield and completing several deep throws with gains of 40, 38, and 27-yard completions to his three top receivers. This type of effort will be the blueprint for success and victory for NY for the rest of 2020.
In a historically weak NFC East, the division is up for grabs and fully for the Giants takings. They arguably have been the division’s “most” impressive team which is a very delicate statement given the division’s combined 10 wins. The team with the best QB play down the stretch will likely make it to the playoffs in January.
If Daniel Jones can keep up this mistake-free performance, the NY Giants could become a fascinating team to follow after their Week 11 bye. He delivered a huge win and must continue this trend after the bye in Cincinnati.