4 ways the NY Giants offense can improve in 2022
By Zach Wolpin
3. Finding consistency in Daniel Jones
Daniel Jones will be skating on thin ice this season. The Giants did not pick up his fifth-year option, which hints that he may not be on the team next season. Regardless, Jones is going to be QB1 for New York this campaign. Coaches can only do so much to help a player reach their potential. Ultimately, it will be up to Jones to decide his own future and the Giants 2022 offensive success.
Media sources have been comparing Jones to one other NFL quarterback since the Giants brought Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll over from Buffalo. That would be the Bills young emerging star Josh Allen. Let’s get one thing straight: Jones is no where close to being anything that Allen is.
Comparisons are made because Daboll helped shape Allen into the offensive weapon he is today. Now, with Daboll in the driver’s seat in New York, he’s expected to be able to improve Jones’ offensive abilities. There’s no guarantee in this, but Daboll is the right man for the job.