2. Daniel Jones will have a big game himself
Is this wishful thinking? Potentially, but let’s gamble a little bit folks. All eyes are going to be on Daniel Jones come Week 1. There’s surely more pressure on him against the Titans than Barkley. Everyone outside of East Rutherford has been writing Jones off, saying this will 100 percent be his final season with the G-Men.
With the team making the easy call to not pick up his fifth-year option, Jones must have a big year or be out of a job. This could very well be his last chance to remain a starter in the NFL. We think he’s going to end up rising to the occasion and get things done in a big way against the Tennessee defense.
While starting left guard Shane Lemieux has been placed on the Injured Reserve and will miss the first four games of the year, left tackle Andrew Thomas, center Jon Feliciano, right guard Mark Glowinski and right tackle Evan Neal will do everything possible to give Jones time vs. the Titans. We’ll predict Jones to finish with 255 yards, two touchdowns and one interception in a close win.