It may just be OTAs, but NY Giants fans have every right to be excited about what’s going on for the team right now. Quarterback Daniel Jones is displaying plenty of confidence and his playmakers, well, they’re making plays. Need further proof of that? Let rookie wideout Wan’Dale Robinson provide you with some extra entertainment.
In the middle of a session, Jones fired a ball deep downfield for the wideout to go out and grab. With cornerback Aaron Robinson all over him, Wan’Dale was able to create enough separation to record the play of the week. He had to dive for it, yet still somehow was able to bring it in for the huge gain. Unreal.
Daniel Jones and Wan’Dale Robinson are developing chemistry
This is just what the doctor ordered for the Giants and head coach Brian Daboll. The play is also great for multiple reasons. No. 1, Wan’Dale has reminded folks of why the organization decided to use a second-round pick on him, despite countless people calling them out for ‘reaching’ on the speedster.
Secondly, and perhaps even more important, Jones is showcasing his arm a little bit here? It’s not often Giants supporters have seen Jones fire the ball deep like this over the years. The fourth-year signal-caller put this ball only where his receiver could come away with the pigskin, which obviously is fantastic to see.
Jones doesn’t appear to be showing any negative signs from his serious neck injury which sidelined him for the majority of the 2021 season. Now, Jones is focused on balling out and helping New York bounce-back from its 4-13 showing. With Daboll and offensive coordinator Mike Kafka showing strong belief in Jones, throws like this will only bring a smile to their faces.
As for Wan’Dale, the rookie knows he’ll be called on to make countless big plays for Jones from the moment he hits the field against the Tennessee Titans in Week 1. The former Kentucky standout will be ready to answer that call and do so in style. Jones and Wan’Dale are showcasing some chemistry early on and it will only get stronger leading up to the fall. These two have the potential to be quite the duo in the NFC East.