1. Quarterback Daniel Jones
This season, Jones has once again shown flashes of how good he can be. On the year, Jones has thrown for 2,534 yards, 12 touchdowns, and four interceptions. He has also been strong on the ground, rushing for 548 yards and five touchdowns on just 95 carries. He is currently averaging 5.8 yards per carry.
When the Giants took on the Commanders in Week 13, Jones delivered one of his strongest outings of the season. He threw for 200 yards and one touchdown while adding 71 rushing yards on the ground.
Over the past four games, while the Giants have recorded a 0-3-1 record, Jones has put up some of the best numbers of his career. During this stretch, he has thrown for 938 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions. He has also got it done with his legs, totaling 161 yards and two touchdowns.
Even with injuries plaguing the offense, a depleted wide receiver core, and an offensive line that has struggled to keep him protected, Jones has proven to be a leader on this team. There is still no telling if he is the franchise quarterback for this squad, or if he will still be on this team next season, but his resilience can’t be denied. On Sunday night, he may be the one player that can truly save the Giants season.