How New York Giants can follow Bengals’ worst-to-Super Bowl path
Develop a QB:
Obviously, the biggest part of the Bengals success this season has been the improvement of Joe Burrow as I previously mentioned. With it seeming likely that the New York Giants will be starting Daniel Jones next season, they need to do all they can to turn him into the QB he has the potential to be.
The New York Giants have done more things to hurt Daniel Jones than they have to help him, this is something co-owner John Mara even admitted to.
Whether it’s putting him behind a porous offensive line or giving him inconsistent receivers, the NY Giants have done a terrible job at giving Jones a real chance to succeed. While the Bengals still have Burrow behind a bad offensive line, it certainly helped to have 3 1,000 yard receivers and an elite running back.
While yes, some of Jones’ downfall has been on himself, as he still tends to stare down receivers in the pocket, the personnel around him certainly don’t help.
Whether the New York Giants go all-in on Jones, or decide to draft a new QB within the next year, they need to do all they can to develop said QB into a star, as they cannot afford to waste another pick on a QB.