4 NY Giants who have no excuses in having a big game against the Colts
By Reese Nasser
3. QB Daniel Jones
With head coach Brian Daboll and offensive coordinator Mike Kafka, Jones has looked like a different quarterback this season. Many of the problems that plagued him in the past have been eliminated, and he is currently playing the best football of his career.
Now in his fourth season, Jones has set career highs across the board. Through the air, he has recorded 3,028 passing yards, 13 touchdowns, and just five interceptions. On the ground, he has rushed for 617 yards and five touchdowns, the most of his career.
In recent weeks, Jones has put on some of the best performances in his career. While the Giants fell to the Minnesota Vikings in Week 16, Jones delivered in every way possible. He finished the day throwing for 334 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in the loss. If the Giants plan to take down the Colts, Jones will need to once again have a big day.
The Colts defense has struggled all season. Over their past three games, they have allowed a total of 113 points. The Giants offense, while inconsistent at times, should be able to test the Colts defense early and often. If they can allow Jones to play his game, they could be in a great position.