Daniel Jones led the way, stepping up and authoring a signature performance in the NY Giants’ upset win over the New Orleans Saints
Slowly but surely, Daniel Jones is making strides, and getting much better as an NFL quarterback. Do the NY Giants have something here?
Jones is really starting to impress.
Sunday’s win over the Saints in New Orleans is as impressive a resume win Jones has had in three years. Jones came into a road game with a hostile and loud environment that only the NFL can draw up. The pressure didn’t get to Jones, he hung in the pocket, and continuously broke down the Saints’ defense for 5 quarters.
Jones had his best game of the season in the Giants’ must-win game in Week 4. Jones had season-highs in pass attempts, completion %, yards, passing TDs, and QB rating. Jones added another 2-point conversion with his legs and continued to show a duel-threat ability.
Games like this provide more clarity for what Jones can be if the NY Giants’ offense is more consistent. Jones was spectacular Sunday. If he keeps this play up, he will give the Giants numerous opportunities to win more games and will make the franchise and fanbase feel much better about the year three quarterback.