Maybe he’s not fully healthy yet, but it was hard to watch Daniel Jones lead New York’s anemic offense. Jones had problems securing the ball and is lucky to only have lost it once. Turnovers have always been Jones’ biggest problem. During this four-game win streak, Jones had done a much better job securing the ball.
Colt McCoy was warming up on the sideline in case the team needed a “spark”, not exactly what you expected to hear after last week. However, Jones had a big throw to Golden Tate to set up the Giants’ first score of the game. His arm strength appears to be healthy, but his ability to run seems to be shaky. Jones did not attempt to rush the ball once and it limited his ability to play quarterback efficiently. McCoy did eventually come in at the end of the game, but the team still didn’t score.